Sorting Them Out
In a week when another two hundred and fifty British jobs have been gloriously saved in the Mediterranean, it is heartening to witness the Government's continuing sensitivity to the legitimate concerns of the white working class here on the mainland. Minions of the race-baiting Clegg-pledger Amber Rudd have drawn up new restrictions on the species of cockroach that Britain can tolerate, excluding Eritrean, Afghan and Yemeni junior marauders from swarming into the UK. This seems only fair, since British weaponry, with its inherent fair play and decency, is a prominent feature of the wars which the Yemenis and Afghans are fleeing. Robert Goodwill, who basks in the most appropriate ministerial surname after that of the vole-brained Liam Fox, responded to parliamentary criticism with the implication that nobody knows how many more children would be helped and that the Home Office, at least, is not inclined to care. Goodwill also gave the encouraging assurance that, far from being arbitrary, the restrictions are based on countries with a higher success rate in asylum applications; in other words, the Government's criteria for allowing people in are based on the kind of people the Government has been allowing in.