Brighton and Hove City Councillor Michael Impkin-Leissner, who is German, said he was appalled to hear Europeans were being targeted by immigration officers.
"If this is what the British Government is doing it will destroy more relationships with Europe.
"If there are no criminal reasons and these people have committed no criminal offence - then this sort of action simply fuels hatred.
"This is absolutely unacceptable.
"In Germany we would never send Britons home like that.
"This is yet another of the very sad effects of Brexit coming through."Good lord! What are they doing?!? Rounding people up to send to labour camps?
Ten rough sleepers are to be deported after being found living on the streets of Brighton and Hove last week, The Argus revealed.Oh. Is that all?
Argus readers also raised concerns that the Government strategy could mean that Irish members of the city's street community could also face the same fate.Yes, please do! Who'd object to this?
Oh. Hang on:
Richard Williams, chairman of Brighton refugee charity Sanctuary on Sea, said it was "absurd" to say anyone comes to the UK with the intention of sleeping rough.As absurd as thinking maybe you just don't want the sheep to start disappearing from your flock, eh, shepherd?