Shockingly the men – largely from war-torn and morally corrupt nations in east Africa and some parts of the Middle East – will OUTNUMBER the horrified villagers.

The 150 residents of Earnley, near the popular Witterings beaches in West Sussex, have overwhelmingly voted against the Home Office plans for Earnley Concourse, a former educational holiday home for foreign students, to be turned into a temporary home for men fleeing their war-torn homelands in the Middle East and Africa.

As many as 200 men, aged between 18 and 39, will be housed in the centre – which currently only has room for 101 students – for between three and 19-days at a time.

Many will come from the notorious Jungle camp in Calais.

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