Three young West Africans stole from their families to fund a trek to Europe, now they have to face the consequences.
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So, they stole what was probably a major part of family savings, fucked off to feather their own nests with it, & their victims don't jump with joy when they turns up snivelling that their scheme didn't work. Could someone with a psychology or journalism degree come & figure that out for us poor ignorant brexit voters, please?

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Why is the BBC trying to make us feel sorry for criminals? Wouldn't shed a tear over a thug failing to rob a corner shop, so why should I give a shit about illegal migrants failing to enter Europe illegally?

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Criminals at home. Criminals here. No change

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would you like a medal?. Go fuck yourself...

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I think BBC is saying we should be welcoming thieves with open arms.

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Cry me a fucking river then go drown in it.

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don't care.

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Good, now you're back home tell everyone you meet how terrible the experience was and that they shouldn't attempt it themselves.

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Don't say that the BBC can't do great comedy when they want to.

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