Sir Keir Starmer has no policy to stop the boats and just wants to undermine the Government | The Sun

Keir has zero to offer bar carping

FAILING to tackle illegal migration will burn an £11billion hole in public finances.

Not the sort of figure anyone can ignore if they fancy themselves as PM.

So why is Sir Keir Starmer so soft on stopping the boats?

His “policy” is to sit on his hands while undermining everything the Government tries to do.

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

Human rights lawyer Jacqueline McKenzie, who sat on Labour’s influential race equality taskforce, says the Rwanda plan is “horrific”.


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How on earth did police let eco-activists stroll up to Rishi’s family home?

Her attitude reflects the opinions of many lawyers, councillors and cronies surrounding the Labour leader.

They are hellbent on stopping deportations at every turn and their actions speak volumes about Starmer’s true position.

It is a cynical approach by the Labour leader when the costs of not tackling the problem — both financial and human — are so high.

But instead of coming off the fence expect Sir Keir to duck and dive right up to the election.

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Under his non-policy more and more migrants would be encouraged to risk the treacherous crossing.

And in classic Labour fashion Starmer would leave the taxpayer to pick up the bill.

Spoils of Ulez

IF SADIQ Khan’s hated Ulez scheme in London was imposed across the whole of England, motorists would face fines of £100million every single day.

The jaw-dropping figure shows how stark the gulf is between punitive new eco-taxes and the preparedness of Brits to absorb them.

Many drivers still own older petrol and diesel cars that would fall foul of the cruel new “toll tax’’.

Rishi Sunak is benefiting in the polls after pushing back on unpopular Low-Traffic Neighbourhood schemes.

He must grasp this opportunity and immediately delay the 2030 ban on petrol and diesel cars.

Season's greetings

THANK God footie’s back!

Today’s FA Community Shield showdown between Arsenal and Manchester City is a great curtain-raiser to next week’s Premier League kick-off.

But wherever there is fun the Just Stop Oil eco loons will threaten to disrupt it.

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No one wants to see these clowns glued to goalposts or turnstiles every Saturday.

Police and match stewards, you have been warned . . . 

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