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August 10, 2020, 08.17 PM

LONDON, - A former UK Royal Marine Commando is at the helm of the British government’s efforts to stop the surge in migrant crossings.

Migrants are crossing through the English Channel from France in small boats.

The British government announced on Sunday that Dan O’Mahoney has been named “clandestine Channel threat commander”.

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Dan is currently the head of the UK’s Joint Maritime Security Center.

Part of Dan O’Mahoney’s role is to work with French authorities on stronger enforcement measures including intercepting boats at sea.

Home Secretary Priti Patel said that the appointment and efforts are “to make this route unviable”.

Britain’s Conservative government has talked tough amid a surge in the number of migrants crossing the Channel during recent warm summer weather.

On Thursday, 235 people were brought ashore, a record number for a single day.

More than 650 have arrived so far in August, including babies and unaccompanied children.


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