Suella Braverman’s tough talk on illegal migrants and security police will be music to voters’ ears

Taking control of our borders and making our streets safe is vital for any government.

So the new interior minister’s harsh rhetoric about illegal migrants and security guards will be music to voters’ ears.

Home Secretary's speech on illegal migrants and security police will be music to voters' ears

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Home Secretary’s speech on illegal migrants and security police will be music to voters’ earsPhoto credit: Simon Jones
The record numbers of illegal migrants reaching these shores are shameful

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The record numbers of illegal migrants reaching these shores are shamefulCredit: PA

Suella Braverman makes it crystal clear that she will be relentless in her war on crime.

As Attorney General, she did not shy away from controversial decisions. Now she must take on the liberal establishment, which favors the rights of thugs over ordinary citizens.

It is crucial that she uses this week’s Tory conference to take ownership of the law and order agenda.

The record numbers of illegal migrants reaching these shores are shameful.

The idea that Liz Truss is to blame for all of Britain's economic woes is ridiculous
PM and Kwarteng have maintained an amazing silence when we need guidance

Its priority is to close gaping loopholes in the Modern Slavery Act, which, far from preventing exploitation, is all too often exploited by those who seek to come here illegally.

It must hold accountable lawyers who cynically prevent these foreign criminals from being kicked out, often at the last moment and at enormous cost to taxpayers.

And she must leave no stone unturned to free us from the decisions of unelected European human rights judges who thwart British law.

We welcome Ms Braverman’s warning to police to stop the sign of vigilance for “common sense” policing.

Too many crimes go uninvestigated while pursuing ridiculous diversity goals.

The Home Secretary will face inevitable cries of outrage from the left. But ordinary Britons have felt powerless for too long.

Without a proper grip on law and order, government stands for nothing. She needs to get Britain back on track.

Traces of our tears

BRITS are fed up with ideologically driven rail strikes.

Just as weekends return to normal after Covid and the Queen’s funeral, union activists are unleashing more travel misery.

Their latest disruption will not only hit the Tory party conference, but also football fans, shoppers and London marathoners – raising millions for good causes.

Paradoxically, trains ran smoothly during the pandemic as they lost billions of pounds and needed a bailout.

But now passengers are streaming back, militant union bosses are paralyzing their own industry by slamming on the brakes.

We welcome the moves by Transport Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan to introduce minimum service rules.

Many millions are suffering financially from this cost of living crisis.

But a handful of dinosaurs want to blackmail the country.

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