Rishi insists he’s leaving ‘no stone unturned to stop boats’ ahead of speech as he faces pressure over illegal migration

FILE - British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak arrives for the European Political Community Summit at the Mimi Castle in Bulboaca, Moldova, Thursday, June 1, 2023. President Joe Biden is welcoming Denmark and Britain's prime ministers this week to Washington for talks that will focus heavily on what lays ahead in the war in Ukraine — including the recently launched effort to train, and eventually equip, Ukraine with American-made F-16s fighter jets. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda, File)

RISHI Sunak today vowed to leave “no stone unturned” in the battle to finally end illegal migration.

The PM will make a major speech in Dover this morning, where he’ll update the public on his mission to stop the boats.

Rishi Sunak will update the public on his mission to stop the boats during a speech at 11am today

The giant Bibby Stockholm will be one of the new accommodation blocks housing illegal migrants. It’s hoped the basic facility will deter people making the dangerous channel crossing to come to Britain.

Ahead of the event, Mr Sunak pledged: “Illegal migration is fundamentally unfair.

“That’s why I’m leaving no stone unturned to stop the boats.

“This morning, I’ll update you on the progress we’re making from Dover.”

The PM is under huge pressure to put an end to the thousands of dinghies that land on Britain’s shores, packed full with illegal migrants.

In the first four months of the year 5,000 migrants arrived in Kent by boat.

The numbers are an improvement on the 6,300 people who arrived in the same period last year.

But the stats have heaped further demand on the PM to finally end the illegal migration farce.

This year Mr Sunak announced the flagship Illegal Migration Bill as a key mechanism to stop the boats.

The Bill will see only under-18s and the genuinely sick will be allowed to apply for asylum in the UK.

While they wait, holiday parks, student digs, military accommodation and even cruise ships will be used to house migrants instead of expensive four and five-star hotels.

A giant migrant barge – the Bibby Stockholm – has already arrived in Britain and is currently being prepared to onboard hundreds on new residents.

All other arrivals will be deported home or to a safe third-country like Rwanda.

The law is expected to be held up by lefty lawyers using the courts to keep migrants in Britain.

Mr Sunak has even admitted small boat migrants could STILL be arriving by the time of the next general election.

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