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The UK Home Secretary is said to be considering the IOM as one of a number of places that immigrants to the UK will be sent for processing - this according to the Times newspaper.  We did host many of the UK's  internees during WW2, so a precedent of sorts does exist perhaps. 

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Mr Callister and Visit Isle of Man will have added Asylum seekers to their numbers for tourist figures 2021 to 2022.

Could be a nice little job there as governor for an ex-copper currently fannying around on the Fylde coast. 

The fact that Gibraltar is being mentioned as a possible option tells you everything you need to know about the plausibility of this idea.  Where should we put migrants to prevent them escaping? Let's

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1 minute ago, quilp said:

It's an old story, nothing new. 

I remember it being spoken of previously. The report is in todays's press however. Lets see if anything comes to pass when/if she makes an announcement next week. It would certainly upset a few of the more 'conservative' types if anything came of it.

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9 minutes ago, Shake me up Judy said:

Fortunately, Patel is a Tory, otherwise that observation would get you into a world of trouble GD4ELI ;)

If you're insinuating accusations of misogyny if Patel weren't a Tory, I disagree.

"Total nut-job" is a gender-neutral insult.  

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