The interior minister is right – it is not xenophobic to consider detaining illegal Albanian border workers

right and limit

ALBANIA is a safe nation for its citizens – even the European Commission says so.

Then why are we making our own country less secure by allowing tens of thousands of them to cross the English Channel illegally and seek asylum?

Migrants should face a fine if they illegally cross the English Channel from France

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Migrants should face a fine if they illegally cross the English Channel from FranceCredit: Jack Hill/The Times, The Sunday Times.

Especially since many in our big cities work for drug gangs.

Finally, Home Secretary Robert Buckland is proposing to ban Albanians from seeking asylum after they reach our shores by boat.

This would lead to a drastic shortening of the transitions.

It will inevitably be fought tooth and nail by left-wing lawyers and campaign groups who have already done their utmost to destroy the Rwandan system.

You have repeatedly accused Suella Braverman of racism in your actions.

But the home secretary rightly insists it’s not xenophobia that drives her to consider indefinite detention of frontier workers – it’s upholding the law.

She gets the emotional strength of the common people in cities where public services are stretched to the breaking point.

Braverman says she will do whatever it takes to resolve the issue.

We hope so.

Because this country is sorely fed up with rewards for repeated violations of the law.

home truths

It’s no surprise that union leaders are facing a new winter of discontent, welcoming government plans to allow employees to work from home.

Policies are being devised to give workers the right to stay away from the office and insist on flextime, even on the first day of their new job.

Ministers claim they are trying to reconcile work and life for millions.

There could be benefits such as B. Supporting parents who are struggling with childcare to gain more family time.

But at what cost to struggling small businesses and the broader economy?

Any public support for strikes across the NHS, railways, postal services and other services this month could be due to so many staff already working from home in the wake of the pandemic.

Spoiled in their bedroom offices, they are largely sheltered from the destructive effects of widespread industrial action.

Cheerleaders for WFH make it sound like a productivity paradise.

But as with anything, someone has to foot the bill.

And it could be thousands of British workers who end up paying with their labor.

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Now we have to tighten the tendons for France.

And on Saturday, God weeps for Harry Kane, England and Saint George.

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