This new figure brings the total number of migrants who have crossed the English Channel to more than 45,750 so far this year.
The British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, has promised new legislation for the coming year to try to tackle the migrant crossing.
Sunak's proposal is to ensure that if anyone enters the UK illegally they have no right to remain in the country.
Meanwhile, some of his ministers are also working to tighten immigration rules to curb the number of people entering the country legally.
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has drafted a bill that seeks to control the entry of foreign students, make it more difficult for spouses to enter the UK and, if passed, will raise minimum wages for companies employing skilled workers.
According to a draft of the proposals to which the newspaper 'The Times' has had access, the Government could increase the minimum income threshold for those national citizens who apply for a family visa. Source: (EUROPA PRESS)