Sunak’s reply to fellow MP is more proof of what his immigration policy is REALLY about

Last Updated: December 14, 2022By Tags: , , , ,

Here’s further evidence to support This Writer’s belief that Rishi Sunak’s policy on immigration isn’t about introducing a fair system that benefits asylum-seekers and punishes criminals – but about keeping racists and bigots voting Conservative.

Labour MP Chi Onwurah – herself the child of immigrants (as is Sunak himself) – asked if he believed that her parents should have stopped in Lisbon instead of continuing to the UK (where her grandmother already lived), when they left their country of origin, decades ago.

He had no answer. How could he have one?

Here’s Maximilien Robespierre with analysis:

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