Sir Keir Starmer has no strategy to stop the boats and only wants to undermine the government

Keir has nothing to offer when it comes to bar fishing

Failure to tackle illegal migration will result in a £11 billion hole in public finances.

Not the kind of character that someone can ignore when introducing themselves as Prime Minister.

Union leader Sir Keir Starmer has no strategy to stop the boats and only intends to fire from the sidelines


Union leader Sir Keir Starmer has no strategy to stop the boats and only intends to fire from the sidelinesPhoto credit: PA

Why is Sir Keir Starmer so gentle about stopping the boats?

Its “policy” is to do nothing and undermine whatever the government is trying to do.

He offers no credible alternative and aligns himself with those determined to thwart any practical attempt to control illegal migration.

Human rights lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie, who was a member of the Labor Party’s influential working group on racial equality, called the Rwanda plan “terrible”.

Her stance reflects the opinion of many of the Labor leader’s lawyers, councillors, and cronies.

They are determined to stop deportations at every turn, and their actions speak volumes about Starmer’s true position.

It is a cynical approach by the Labor leader when the financial and human cost of not dealing with the problem is so high.

But instead of falling off the fence, expect Sir Keir to duck and dive until the election.

Due to his lack of politics, more and more migrants would be encouraged to dare the dangerous crossing.

And in classic Labor fashion, Starmer would leave it up to the taxpayer to move in the statement.

Booty from Ulez

IF SADIQ Khan’s hated ulez plan in London were enforced across the country Englandmotorists face fines of up to £100m a day.

The staggering number shows the gap between new environmental tax penalties and the willingness of the British to adopt them.

Many motorists still own older petrol and diesel cars, which would fall under the cruel new ‘toll tax’.

Rishi Sunak is gaining in the polls after opposing unpopular neighborhood traffic calming projects.

He must seize this opportunity and immediately postpone the driving ban on petrol and diesel cars until 2030.

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PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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