Locked in a barracks with Covid running rampant. Is this any way to treat asylum seekers?

For a place that lies at the centre of Britain’s fractious debates over migration, identity, and our post-Brexit role in the world, Napier Barracks – at first glance, at least – appears fairly unassuming. Its low-slung, redbrick accommodation blocks run alongside a public park on the western fringes of Folkestone, where teenagers smoke and dog walkers stroll and parents gather at the end of the day to pick up children from the adjacent preschool.

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