Fury erupts among politicians after Sun exposes hundreds of evil criminals sneaking into Britain on small boats

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak speaks to the media as he visits Harris Academy at Battersea in London, Britain January 6, 2023. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls/Pool

FURY erupted last night after we exposed the hundreds of evil foreign criminals coming to Britain on small boats.

Politicians were gobsmacked by the Sun’s investigation revealing the murderers, terrorists and rapists sneaking into the country – and demanded Rishi Sunak get a grip.

Rishi Sunak has been urged to get a grip over foreign criminals

Restless Tory MPs say Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick is now starting to believe that leaving the European Convention on Human Rights is the answer.

One said: “Jenrick knows that if he doesn’t fix this he’s finished.

“And he knows the only way to sort this out is by leaving the ECHR jurisdiction.”

Government insiders promise imminent legislation will be “radical”, with speculation it could override some of the Euro rules used by lawyers to block deportations.

Our report showed that many foreign criminals are still living in this country, with some even claiming benefits on the taxpayer.

One breathtaking case disclosed an Albanian thug who killed his wife is currently working at a Northampton car wash while on the dole.

Fuming Tory MP Lee Anderson told the Sun: “They should be sent straight back and it’s ridiculous that they can’t be.

“And I would say to all those leftie lawyers, and the Labour Party, who think that all these people are coming from war-torn countries, to look at these cases.”

Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper said: “These very serious security breaches show Suella Braverman has totally failed to get a grip.

“The Home Office should have proper controls in place yet they are failing to tackle the rapid growth in criminal gangs who are organising dangerous boat crossings and profiting from putting lives at risk.”

PM Sunak has made the Channel crisis one of his five priorities for the New Year.

He will unveil legislation in the coming weeks to crackdown on small boats and ensure nobody who comes here illegally is allowed to stay.

A No10 spokesman said: “We’ll continue to do whatever it takes to remove dangerous foreign criminals from the UK.”