Revealed: 25,000 Nigerians have been held in slave prisons and sex camps in Libya while trying to make it to Europe

The Director General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, Julie Okah-Donli said: ‘It is my honour and privilege to raise a cry for help in this hallowed chamber on behalf of the most vulnerable members of the society, especially women and children.

Tacked onto the end of the article: “This means that net immigration from the EU stood at just 9,000 for the three months – the lowest the ONS began publishing the figures in early 2015.”

Net immigration is not the bottom line; the real issue is who’s staying and who’s leaving. They’re hiding population replacement behind comforting numbers.

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