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Cradling his baby tightly, this is the moment a father leads his migrant family up the White Cliffs of Dover after making the perilous Channel crossing - before a fuming local demanded they 'p*** off home'.

They are among dozens of migrants who arrived on Kent's beaches in dinghies today amid a surge in boat crossings this summer.

Wearing a face-mask, puffer jacket and Adidas tracksuit, the male was this morning photographed walking with a woman and two children along the coastal path at Kingsdown Beach in Deal.

The family, along with others in their landing party, was quickly intercepted by police upon reaching a nearby country lane, where they were also confronted by an outburst from an angry woman.

Gesturing with her finger, Sue Cook shouted at the group of migrants to 'p*** off home', before being told to mind her language by an officer.

But the visibly frustrated woman hit back: 'No, No, I don't care... every time I come here this happens,' pointing to the police car blocking her route to work.

Cradling his baby tightly, this is the moment a father leads his migrant family up the White Cliffs of Dover after making the perilous Channel crossing

Cradling his baby tightly, this is the moment a father leads his migrant family up the White Cliffs of Dover after making the perilous Channel crossing

Local Sue Cook told shouted at the group of migrants to 'p*** off home', before being told to mind her language by an officer

Local Sue Cook told shouted at the group of migrants to 'p*** off home', before being told to mind her language by an officer

The family, along with others in their landing party, was quickly intercepted by police upon reaching a nearby country lane

The family, along with others in their landing party, was quickly intercepted by police upon reaching a nearby country lane

Coastal communities in the South East are growing increasingly exasperated at the amount of boats coming from France in the past few months. 

Border Force detained 168 migrants in 12 separate incidents yesterday, pushing the total number of people intercepted this year to 6,338. 

The Home Office is yet to release today's figures, but it is understood to be lower than the amount of people detained yesterday.

The young family were accompanied on Kingsdown Beach by fellow travellers. One man in a striped top was pictured giving the camera a thumbs up as he strolls under the famous chalk cliffs. 

Dover's Tory MP Natalie Elphicke said on Friday: 'I fully appreciate the strength of feeling about the continued small boats crossings. 

'With around 6,000 illegal entrants this year alone, it is entirely unacceptable. I am working hard on this, and the Government has outlined a number of steps that it is taking to tackle this issue.'

Ministers are grappling with a record number of boat crossings this summer, with Priti Patel vowing to crack down on the journeys.

But she is locked in a war of words with her French counterparts who are demanding millions from the British government to pay for their patrol vessels.

Wearing a face-mask, puffer jacket and Adidas tracksuit, the father was this morning photographed walking with his wife and two children along the coastal path at Kingsdown Beach in Deal

Wearing a face-mask, puffer jacket and Adidas tracksuit, the father was this morning photographed walking with his wife and two children along the coastal path at Kingsdown Beach in Deal

A woman carrying a young girl on her back is intercepted by police this morning in Deal, Kent

A woman carrying a young girl on her back is intercepted by police this morning in Deal, Kent

Coastal communities are growing increasingly exasperated at the amount of boats coming from France in the past few months

Coastal communities are growing increasingly exasperated at the amount of boats coming from France in the past few months

One man in a striped top was pictured giving the camera a thumbs up as he strolls under the famous chalk cliffs

One man in a striped top was pictured giving the camera a thumbs up as he strolls under the famous chalk cliffs

A young woman carrying a small girl walks along a country lane by the beach before being intercepted by police

A young woman carrying a small girl walks along a country lane by the beach before being intercepted by police

French authorities are intercepting some of the boats, and yesterday prevented seven dinghies carrying 54 people from crossing.

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