The outgoing chief of the British Border Force reportedly said that “bloody borders” are a “pain in the bloody ass” as the agency he leads continues to bring hordes of illegal boat migrants to Britain’s shores.
Paul Lincoln, who has served as the director-general of the Border Force since 2017, marked his departure with a speech maligning the very concept of borders themselves as he is set to step down from his £135,000-per-year position.
Excerpts of the speech, which were obtained by the Mail on Sunday, had Lincoln quoting Shane MacGowan of The Pogues, saying: “People are talking about immigration, emigration, and the rest of the bloody thing. It’s all bloody crap.”
Mr Lincoln concluded his remarks by proclaiming: “We’re all human beings, we’re