Gheorghe Nica, 43, and Eamonn Harrison, 24, were also convicted them of their part in a wider people-smuggling operation.
Home secretary accused of using “divisive and deceptive” language
The home secretary also said they think France is a "racist country".
With the highest coronavirus death toll in Europe, and a recession of catastrophic proportions, it's no surprise the government is looking for someone to blame, JCWI's Minnie Rahman writes.
Sir Edward Leigh floats turning the clocks back to 1558.
We will need the skills of migrants and refugees in future. They are keen and ready to help during the pandemic, writes Rossella Pagliuchi-Lor.
As 39 people are found dead in a lorry in Essex, attention will once again be paid to the safety of migrants who risk their lives travelling to the UK via undocumented and dangerous means.
Expat Un-Brats: Why Taking Your Children Away From Everything They've Known Could Be The Making Of Them
My boy was made in Italy, took his first breath in the UK, cut teeth in Hong Kong, was pre-schooled in Australia and primary schooled back in the UK. His sister's birth certificate bears a picture of the Sydney Harbour Bridge but her passport's a very regal British burgundy, which was issued in New Zealand.
All things considered, I am no longer sure I want to stay. The only consideration keeping me here is last year's £18,000 university fee - it would really be a waste not to graduate. I can only hope that as Britons are confronted by a longer non-EU queue at Charles de-Gaulle's airport and the need to apply for a visa for a weekend break in Stockholm, these attitudes will change.
The 20th-26th June marked Refugee Week. Many events took place over the course of the week to celebrate refugees in Birmingham