Thousands of illegal immigrants may still be using a loophole on the Eurostar to sneak into the country, a report from a leading civil servant suggests.
However, the Home Secretary has allegedly prevented the public from seeing the sections of the report by Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration, John Vine, on the "Lille Loophole".
It reveals Border Force staff, who police ports and airports, are still concerned the illegal loophole is being used to get into Britain.
The 'Lille Loophole' exempts some passengers who travel to the UK on Eurostar trains via Lille from British immigration checks.
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