Rape suspect who 'attacked a woman in a London hotel' is bailed to live in a migrant camp
A channel migrant has been arrested on suspicion of raping a woman weeks after arriving in England aboard a small boat.
The alleged sex attack took place at a hotel in London where the man was living at taxpayers' expense.
The suspect, who is said to be from Sudan, was arrested by police on November 8 and later released on bail.
After his release, he was sent to live at the former Napier Barracks near Folkestone, Kent, which has been converted to accommodate hundreds of asylum seekers.
In a separate incident, another migrant housed at the barracks has been arrested for alleged sexual harassment of a female charity worker.
The 30-year-old was arrested this week over claims that he sent explicit messages and images to the victim.
He has been allowed out on bail and is still living at the centre.
Rooms at the centre are fitted with flat-screen TVs and an on-site canteen serves up three meals a day. Computer game consoles are available to migrants and they also have access to a gym.
It is understood migrants are given pay-as-you-go mobiles, loaded with free credit, as well as supermarket vouchers.