After an away day at Chequers to rebuild morale and team-building, Rishi Sunak has made another pledge to look after the priorities of the UK and “stop the boats” crossing the English Channel.
He went on to reinstate yet again his five itemised priorities which are yet to be achieved, but he promised he will deliver “peace of mind to people and immediate relief for families”.
Speaking from Chequers Rishi Sunak said: “Earlier this year I set out the Government’s five priorities for this country – to halve inflation, grow the economy, reduce debt, cut waiting lists, and stop the boats.
“We are relentlessly focused on delivering those. Because if we do that, we can provide peace of mind to people and immediate relief for families.
“But also the fact that they can look forward to a better future for their children and grandchildren. A future that’s filled with hope, optimism and pride in our country.”
Though the current Prime Minister has pledged to stop channel migrants from entering the UK, he currently lacks a fully operational plan that shows people being removed in real time who enter the UK illegally.
What we do see is lawbreakers being housed in hotels (arranged by Sunaks Home Office), fed, medically treated, and given money—all at the expense of the taxpayer.
Until action meets the words the PM states daily, people will not be won over, and Sunak will not be trusted to keep the UK borders safe from potential criminals/terrorists.
3 thoughts on “Sunak pledges to ‘stop the boats’ crossing the Channel.”
Sunak has no intention of stopping the boats, we are still waiting mid channel to take them from the French escorts, what the hells that about when we are paying the French millions to stop them?
I thought that was why Braverman was employed to do so what is her excuse.
It’s about time the English stood for something other than greed and politics.