Migrants made a V for Victory sign as up to 30 crossed the Channel, after the total number of arrivals this month passed 1,000, compared to just 223 in January 2021.
Dozens of people, including a small child, arrived at the Dover Marina in Kent after they were picked up by Border Force.
A group of adults wearing black puffer jackets and pale blue face masks were among the arrivals, who came amid flat and calm conditions on the English Channel.
One of the men held up two fingers, displaying the peace for V for Victory symbol.
A child was witnessed being carried by officials after the migrants arrived in Dover.
It comes as a number of small boat Channel migrants who’ve anchored in Britain since the start of the past 1,000, two months earlier than last year.
Another 87 crossed on Sunday and 67 yesterday, bringing January’s total to 1,119 so far, not including today’s number, which hasn’t yet been confirmed by the Home Office.
Last January saw only 223 arrivals and the 1,000 mark was reached on March 24.
There were a record 28,400 arrivals in 2021 and Ministers expect a worst-case scenario of up to 65,000 this year.
Officials have renounced that new migrants will be concealed from sight at the Port of Dover after insiders argued that from next month they will debark behind a tall fence. Images of arrivals embarrass the Government because they show huge numbers.
A dock worker said that day after day more and more migrants were coming in by sea and it’s not the image the government wants to portray.
The government pledged to control our borders but the images reveal a different story.
A government source said that the Home Office’s contract to use part of the port was coming to an end and that operations will move to another part of the complex but it’s not correct that arrivals will no longer be visible.
Plans emerged last week to end daily updates of the number of crossings and publish the figures only four times per year. Tory MPs and campaigners slammed the move as a wild attempt to cover up the scale of the situation.
In total, an estimated 28,381 people travelled the Channel in 2021, more than treble the 8,400 that came in 2020.
It comes after it was reported that Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave Home Secretary Priti Patel the green light to develop new capabilities that would allow male asylum seekers travelling the Narrow Sea to be held in immigration removal centres.
It seems that people are getting quite sick and tired of this one-way ticket, while the government does absolutely nothing and tries to hide their failures, and then they put up our taxes so that they can bleed us dry and push this once beautiful country into an impoverished dump.
It’s a burden on the taxpayer because they’re supporting people who contribute nothing to our society or won’t adopt our way of life.
These people have nothing in common with British culture and some don’t even want to adhere to it, and they refuse to learn or speak our language.
Financially they will never be any good to Britain, and most of them end up on benefits, and that wasn’t a V for Victory sign, it was probably a sign to say f–ck you UK.
Meanwhile, our children can’t get housed, the over 60’s have to spend loads of money for prescription items and our pensioners are starving and freezing to death while these people are given everything for free.