Doing the Decent Thing
Two months ago Britain's Head Boy told Parliament that he would do the decent thing for unaccompanied child refugees. In the absence of laws enforcing child labour (doubtless to be remedied post-Brexit), there seemed little risk of minor migrants stealing jobs from the white working classes; the donkey-work, and hence the blame, could be left to local councils and "partner organisations"; and funding was guaranteed for one year only, after which the minor migrants would be assured of all possible disincentives against living on handouts from the state. As might be expected given that the pledge was made to someone other than his own party's wogs-out wing, Britain's Head Boy has once more failed to deliver; and, as might be expected given that the pledge was purely humanitarian, the Home Office has failed even to give the appearance of trying. Not a single minor migrant has been allowed in; the minions of Mad Tessie May are disinclined to comment, being far too busy drawing up the contracts for G4S to run HM Megaprison UK; and Britain's Head Boy is no doubt preoccupied with the arrangements to spend more time with his tax avoidance.