Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni finds herself in hot water as citizens express their discontent and even former Prime Ministers criticise her leadership. It all began on Lampedusa, Italy’s southernmost island, which received a staggering 7,000 migrants in just 48 hours, overwhelming a reception centre designed for 400. Tensions escalated as migrants sought to escape the overcrowded facility. What’s Meloni’s response to this crisis, and how is Italy addressing the migrant situation? Could this spell trouble for her right-wing government’s immigration policies? Is this the turning point for Italy’s immigration policy? Find out now!