Apparently freed from the restrictive embrace of the business secretary, it’s time for the prime minister to launch the New Enforcement Agency
If you want a job done well, do it yourself. That’s the message the prime minister had taken from the latest figures showing that net migration was stubbornly continuing to disobey his instructions. When the going gets tough, David Cameron rolls up his sleeves and gets going to deport a few illegal immigrants in person. Some sixth sense drew him to Ealing and on his first raid he struck gold. Five or six illegals rounded up and put on a plane before you could write a new immigration policy. But only just.
Computer says no, Vince says no. Who knew the former business secretary had been the real power behind the throne?