Migrants offered ‘£10,000 business class or £3,000 economy class’ UK entry by Channel smugglers

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The Sun1.72M
Published on 27 Jul 2021, 12:00
A NEW wave of migrants risking their lives crossing the Channel is being fuelled by a two-tier pricing system — dubbed “economy and business class”.

Some are understood to have paid round £3,000 a head to row themselves through the treacherous waters in the “economy class” dinghies that take ten hours of paddling.

To secure a place in engine-propelled boats, they have to cough up £10,000 each and make the 21-mile “business class” crossing in just three hours.

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