MIGRANTS will be bombarded with Facebook ads telling them to abandon Channel crossings.
The Home Secretary wants to urge them against paying traffickers fortunes for the life-threatening trips.
The ads will focus on Facebook users speaking certain languages, such as Kurdish.
Messages will include: “If you arrive in the UK illegally from a safe country like France, we can and will return you.”
Another is set to say: “People die making these crossings, do not risk your life.”
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