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I know – it’s not big, it isn’t clever, I should be concentrating on Theresa May’s crimes against the electorate, but…

Day two of Sajid Javid’s tenure as Home Secretary could be a day to forget, as far as he’s concerned – and it has already started badly.

Take a look at this visual example:

And this one:

And this one:

Social media commenters have suggested Mr Javid’s stance may be due to haemorrhoids.

Very amusing – but what about his plans? Mr Javid has said he will do “whatever it takes” to “fix” the Windrush scandal. Can he be believed?

Some people have been looking at his record, on the sound basis that his past actions may indicate his future direction. Here’s what they found:

Mr Javid has tried to claim higher ground, morally, than his immediate forerunner Amber Rudd, by suggesting that his own heritage as a second-generation migrant:

But that isn’t gaining any traction with the public:

What may we conclude? Carole Hawkins suggests: “Tory thinking: BAME person needed urgently to show we’re not racist. Complete failure as voting record proves Tory to the core with all the vileness that goes with it.”

Mr Javid certainly hasn’t done anything about the next chartered flight, set to deport UK citizens to Jamaica in order to meet Home Office removal targets set by Theresa May (and, subsequently, Amber Rudd):

You can sign a petition to stop flight PVT070 here – it’ll be more than Mr Javid has done so far.

If he’s not going to do anything useful, then why is he there?

Here’s a possible answer:

Does that make it clearer?


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