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We won’t know if the Rwandan program succeeds or fails until the flights finally take off.

Challenge the ECHR

It was a sickening and undemocratic scandal that the Rwandan migrant program was blocked last year at the 11th hour by a secret and anonymous judge in Strasbourg.

This faceless intruder has been addressed by left-leaning human rights lawyers, encouraged by Labor’s open-border supporters – who naively regard all small-boat migrants as ‘refugees’.


Suella Braverman believes ECHR judges will be less likely to intervene now that we have the Illegal Migration BillCredit: Reuters

Since then, this ECHR ruling has allowed Labor to claim that the Rwandan deterrent they hate has “failed”. . . although it amazes us, they still trotted out this drivel.

A child can see through.

We won’t know whether this scheme, ruled legal by our High Court, succeeds or fails until the flights are finally allowed to take off.

And Home Secretary Suella Braverman believes ECHR judges will be less likely to intervene now that we have threatened to ignore them via Rishi Sunak’s new Illegal Migration Bill.

This is good news. But why didn’t we resist them before?

For years, we ignored the ECHR’s request to give prisoners the right to vote.

Why didn’t we challenge him on that too, like so many other members regularly do?

Boris at dock

CAN the seven MPs sitting on Boris Johnson’s judgment this week honestly claim to be impartial? Come away.

We hope they at least realize the magnitude of the decision they have to make.

Boris Johnson will testify in his defense against Partygate


Boris Johnson will testify in his defense against PartygateCredit: Getty

Convicting him could mean a former prime minister would ultimately be kicked out of parliament over his say.

They had better be scrupulously impartial. And they better be right.

They will need to be certain that Boris knew those wine glasses he occasionally lifted with fellow No 10s he worked with all day during Covid were breaking lockdown rules.

If he was told by his aides they were legal, the committee must be sure that Boris knew that advice was wrong but deliberately misled Parliament by saying the rules were followed.

How can they know?

Some members clearly prejudged his guilt, as their damning initial report indicates.

Labour’s Harriet Harman is particularly unlikely to be swayed by a defense put up by Boris.

But the position of the deputies is at its lowest.

If millions of voters who still love Boris conclude he was stitched up by kangaroo court, he will never recover.

Forensic joke

THE leniency towards speedboat killer Jack Shepherd is outrageous.

It’s not just that his drunken neglect cost Charlotte Brown her life.

Leniency for speedboat killer Jack Shepherd is outrageous


Leniency for speedboat killer Jack Shepherd is outrageousCredit: PA: Press Association

On bail, he bottled up a bartender, fled overseas and had to be extradited.

A dead woman, a man mutilated by a cowardly thug who thumbed his nose at justice.

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Yet he will be released in months after less than half of his already paltry sentence.

No wonder Charlotte’s family is desperate.


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