A migrant with a baby wrapped in a blanket is brought to the shore in Dover

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A migrant with a baby wrapped in a blanket is brought to the coast in Dover, as up to 30 people were picked up overnight in the English Channel.

Figures show that another 118 migrants arrived in the UK on Friday in four boats – the French are expected to intercept or rescue 97 more people.

A man believed to be 20 years old and from Sudan died when he fell into the water while making a dangerous crossing from the north France to Britain on Friday morning.

He was found unconscious and taken back to shore for treatment, but was later pronounced dead.

Twenty-five people were still aboard the boat, picked up by rescue teams, and five were found on a nearby sand embankment, French authorities said.

One male migrant who arrived in the UK on Saturday morning was depicted holding a small child wrapped in several blankets.

Another man fell ill due to an alleged back injury, so they had to take him to William Harvey Hospital for treatment immediately.

A migrant with a baby wrapped in a blanket is brought to the coast in Dover, as up to 30 people were picked up overnight in the English Channel

Figures show that another 118 migrants arrived in the UK on Friday in four boats - the French are expected to intercept or rescue 97 more people.

Figures show that another 118 migrants arrived in the UK on Friday in four boats – the French are expected to intercept or rescue 97 more people.

According to French media reports, as many as three migrants could be missing on Friday. Prosecutor Boulogne-sur-Mer has launched an investigation into what happened.

The latest death in the English Channel, expected to be the first this year, came after 27 migrants drowned in November after their dinghy capsized near Calais. Among the victims were five women and a young girl.

According to the International Organization for Migration, at least 39 people died trying to cross the English Channel last year.

Charitable leaders and lawmakers called yesterday’s death in the English Channel a “tragedy” and called on the government to take action to end the dangerous crossings of small boats.

The Dungeness lifeboat was called to rescue migrants.  One became seriously ill and had to be taken to William Harvey Hospital for treatment

The Dungeness lifeboat was called to rescue migrants. One became seriously ill and had to be taken to William Harvey Hospital for treatment

The crew of the Dungeness lifeboat is assisting migrants to disembark

The crew of the Dungeness lifeboat is assisting migrants to disembark

A small child is being carried by a man after a lifeboat landed in Dunganess, Kent

A small child is being carried by a man after a lifeboat landed in Dunganess, Kent

One migrant became seriously ill and had to be taken to hospital for treatment

One migrant became seriously ill and had to be taken to hospital for treatment

The migrants took a walk on the beach after rescuing them from the English Channel

The migrants took a walk on the beach after rescuing them from the English Channel

The migrant was covered as they became seriously ill on Saturday morning

The migrant was covered as they became seriously ill on Saturday morning

It is assumed that there were quite a few children on board the dinghy

It is assumed that there were quite a few children on board the dinghy

After rescuing the group, the woman carried her baby across the beach

After rescuing the group, the woman carried her baby across the beach

A mother carries her baby across the beach in Dungeness, Kent

A mother carries her baby across the beach in Dungeness, Kent

This is due to Friday’s data showing that more than 450 migrants crossed the English Channel from France to the United Kingdom in two weeks. Total 271 the migrants were confirmed to have made the dangerous crossing on Thursday – brought in the total number of arrivals so far this year is at least 458.

The total number of migrant arrivals on Thursday was more than the whole of January last year – when 223 people in 15 boats crossed the English Channel in 31 days.

More than 28,381 people crossed the English Channel in the UK in 2021 compared to 8,400 in 2020.

Footage from Friday shows the RNLI lifeboat bringing a group of migrants to Dover in the early hours when air temperatures were down to 6C (42F).

A child walks hand in hand with an adult after the arrival of a group of migrants in the United Kingdom

A child walks hand in hand with an adult after the arrival of a group of migrants in the United Kingdom

The men and women landed at Dungeness, Kent in the early hours of Saturday

The men and women landed at Dungeness, Kent in the early hours of Saturday

The group was brought ashore by the RNLI lifeboat

The group was brought ashore by the RNLI lifeboat

Migrants were given orange sweaters to keep warm along the way

Migrants were given orange sweaters to keep warm along the way

An inflatable migrant dinghy is seen on Dungeness Beach in Kent

An inflatable migrant dinghy is seen on Dungeness Beach in Kent

A group of people who are supposed to be migrants are brought to Dungeness in Kent

A group of people who are supposed to be migrants are brought to Dungeness in Kent

One male migrant who arrived in the UK on Saturday morning was depicted holding a small child wrapped in several blankets.

One male migrant who arrived in the UK on Saturday morning was depicted holding a small child wrapped in several blankets.

The migrants were brought to the coast in Dover on Saturday morning

The migrants were brought to the coast in Dover on Saturday morning

One migrant wrapped himself in a blanket on Saturday to try to keep warm

One migrant wrapped himself in a blanket on Saturday to try to keep warm

The migrant was carrying a child in a bundle of blankets when he arrived in the UK on Saturday

The migrant was carrying a child in a bundle of blankets when he arrived in the UK on Saturday

Sea temperatures, meanwhile, were around 9.5C (49F). Experts say the average person can afford to be in such cold water for “between five and ten minutes” before risking hypothermia.

The RNLB City of London II Dover lifeboat brought a group of young men to the Dover marina wearing jackets and woolen hats.

One gave a thumbs up to celebrate the arrival around 2am when their big black RHIB was left in a harbor full of discarded equipment and an outboard engine.

Meanwhile, the RNLI lifeboat brought about 45 migrants ashore in Dungeness on Thursday night, the first such crossing so far this year.

According to the Ministry of the Interior, the French authorities also prevented 75 people from traveling dangerously across the Dovra Strait in three incidents.

Those who arrived in Dover on Friday, all looking men, were spotted in thick coats as they were brought ashore from a lifeboat.

Those brought ashore in Dungeness were all said to be men and all claimed to be from Syria, escorted from an RNLI lifeboat before being taken to border force personnel for processing.

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