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President Macron could solve the small boats crisis at a stroke, but he revels in our discomfort

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Incredible sulk
IF he wanted, President Macron could solve the small boats crisis at a stroke.
He could agree to take back all illegal migrants, ending the cross-Channel racket overnight.
If he wanted, President Macron could solve the small boats crisis at a stroke3If he wanted, President Macron could solve the small boats crisis at a strokeCredit: AFP or licensorsThe incentive to set sail would be destroyed and the numbers trekking through France to reach the coast would dry up.
He won’t, of course. He revels in our discomfort. And here is the measure of the Parisian pipsqueak:
Macron WAS ready to let our Border Force patrol his beaches to target the criminals, until Liz Truss said she was undecided if he was “friend or foe”.
So thin-skinned is he that he still seems to be seething over it, and is yet to budge despite Truss being booted from office and replaced.
PM needs to turn economy round or voters will return the pain at ballot boxBeyond invitations, there's nothing more UK could do to entice migrants
We should not be surprised. This was the man who lost his mind over Brexit — then spread anti-vax lies over Britain’s AstraZeneca jab and thus condemned ­thousands to die from Covid.
Our Prime Ministers cop a lot of flak. But France is run ineptly by a petulant, sulking teenager.
Tough on toffs
WE hope the Met Police know all eyes are on them this weekend.
Doomsday cult Just Stop Oil — its self-important “demands” now unmet by a Government unwilling to deprive us of light and heat — intends mayhem. 
Too often the Met go easy on these middle-class sociopaths. But the public has had enough3Too often the Met go easy on these middle-class sociopaths. But the public has had enoughCredit: AlamyIts hippie halfwits have signed contracts committing them to being arrested.
The “cause”? Opposing the supposedly “criminal policy” of investing in new oil and gas . . . a vital step, in fact, to keep the power on over the next decade.

Up to 900 extra cops will be on ­London’s streets. Met commander Jon Savell promises rapid action if the louts go beyond reasonable protest.
Spoiler alert, chief. They will.
They are convinced our “burning” planet can be only saved by cutting the UK’s already low emissions. No other country’s output seems to trouble them.
High on sanctimony, they love vandalising buildings and wrecking people’s day while pretending it’s “the last thing” they want to do.
Too often the Met go easy on these middle-class sociopaths. But the public has had enough. No criminal cult can be allowed to block major roads and mindlessly spray-paint buildings.
They must face the full force of the police and courts.
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Nessun trauma
WE feel for the South’s posh opera companies, their Arts Council funding slashed.
It’s every bit as valid to spend funding in the North, on Blackpool’s wonderful illuminations or Manchester’s brilliant National Football Museum3It’s every bit as valid to spend funding in the North, on Blackpool’s wonderful illuminations or Manchester’s brilliant National Football MuseumCredit: PR HANDOUTBut shifting those handouts elsewhere is long overdue. They shouldn’t just benefit wealthy elites.
It’s every bit as valid to spend them in the North, on Blackpool’s wonderful illuminations or Manchester’s brilliant National Football Museum.
Now they can lend Glyndebourne a tenor.

Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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