That's what I think of youse bladdy immigration policy, ya bladdy Tory drongoes!
But with Richard “Dirty” Desmond leaning towards Nigel “Thirsty” Farage and his fellow saloon bar propper-uppers at UKIP, and upheaval at the Telegraph as more and more experienced journalists are sent down the road, this united front of certainty has begun to crack. Still, the Murdoch and Rothermere press was on-side, wasn’t it? The Chipping Norton connections of Young Dave were still relevant, weren’t they?
While Kav is happy to lambast Mil The Younger - “Discredited Labour has nothing to say” - he warns “As Prime Minister, David Cameron personally promised a cap of ‘tens of thousands’. On Thursday, he was forced to announce 300,000 poured in last year alone … Many were EU citizens … Many more were fleeing the flames of war-torn Middle East and Africa … Large numbers are Muslims with shadowy pasts and dubious loyalties”.
Where does this stance come from? As if you need to ask: as with anything at the Sun, the big decisions come from one man. Rupert Murdoch Tweeted on Friday “Cameron's Tories bash vulnerable Miliband for months with no effect on polls. Need new aspirational policies to have any hope of winning”. Now we know what “aspirational” means.