@nytimes
The New York Times
13 days ago
The leaders of France and England vowed to crack down on migrant crossings the day after at least 27 people died trying to cross the English Channel, one of the deadliest migrant tragedies in recent years. Follow updates.
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@juniperjump
JuniperJump 💙
13 days ago
@nytimes Thus moving the problem elsewhere! More are going to die!
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@RdgCardoso
Rodrigo Cardoso
13 days ago
@nytimes Migrant or refugees? 🧐🧐
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@jacknwellis
Jack Ellis 艾礼杰
13 days ago
@nytimes The leaders of France and *Britain*
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@LiamMcReanan
Liam McReanan
13 days ago
@nytimes UK not England...this is really basic stuff
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@ImperialGodMe
Politics Enthusiast 🇬🇧🌳
13 days ago
@nytimes The United Kingdom*. You’re a large news outlet, hire a better editor.
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@Garbotron
Owen Gibbs
13 days ago
@nytimes 'England'? Is this really the NYT?
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@keeplifesafe
owuamanam emeka
13 days ago
@nytimes France and UK created migrant problem by their selfish international politics. Yet they oppress their victims. Injustice is a threat to peace. France and UK will have no peace untill they resolve injustice they created.
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@Santabebe5
Santabebe
13 days ago
@nytimes If England didn’t make it so easy for these people to get everything free when they are already in a safe place then this would not carry on .England have to say no the people in England CANT afford to keep anymore people we all want a better life but no free loaders
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