Just five illegal immigrants were arrested by Dover police last year, it has emerged, as the number of clandestine attempts to enter the UK tripled over the same period.

Port of Dover officers arrested 32 illegal migrants in 2014, meaning there has been an 84 per cent drop in the space of just twelve months.

Furthermore, according to figured released to the Express, the number of illegal immigrants detained (rather than arrested) dropped by 34 per cent – from 356 to 234 – amid the biggest migrant crisis since the Second World War.

Shockingly, between June and August last year, when migrants brought the port of Calais to a standstill by storming it en masse and even attempting to walk though the tunnel, officers detained or arrested only 38.

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