Twentyone migrants including children as young as 12 found inside lorry in

Twenty-one migrants including children as young as 12 were found inside a refrigerated lorry in Sussex, it is understood. The 11 children and 10 adults are thought to be from Vietnam, and the group were found concealed in a shipment of sparkling water at the port of Newhaven on Thursday.Although the children were cold, they are said to have not needed medical treatment and have been taken into the care of social services.The lorry was stopped on its arrival from the French port of Dieppe.A Romanian man, believed to be the driver, was arrested and charged with assisting unlawful entry into the UK.Andrut Mihai Duma, 29, is being held in custody until a hearing at Lewes Crown Court on November 26.A man aged 18 and a woman aged 27 have been removed from the UK, while the remaining four – a woman and three men – are at immigration detention centres. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.

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