North Yorkshire locals slam Home Office’s plan to turn RAF site into giant asylum seeker centre

The Home Office is being slammed over its ‘radio silence’ on plans to build a giant asylum seeker processing centre in a tiny North Yorkshire village.

Linton-on-Ouse locals fear they will soon be outnumbered two-to-one when 1,500 refugees arrive at the brand new asylum seeker processing centre.  

Over 70 percent of the villagers will be asylum seekers if the plans go ahead.

The major plans are part of the government’s new radical immigration policy, but villagers said the project came…

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