If dithering Rishi Sunak does not sack Braverman he will be backing a harmful Home Secretary, says the Voice of the Mirror
Suella Braverman had some brass neck to stand at the Cenotaph with a wreath on Remembrance Sunday.
It came after awful far right violence that was whipped up by the poison she had spewed.
Battered officers know, as the whole nation knows, the Home Secretary’s hate-filled denunciations of the legal pro-Palestine march and her irresponsible smearing of the police emboldened those far right yobs.
The thugs wreaked havoc near the Cenotaph just 24 hours before Braverman turned up there for the Remembrance Sunday service.
If dithering Rishi Sunak does not sack Braverman he will be backing a harmful Home Secretary who is spreading lawlessness and disorder with a terrible rampage of her own.
Standing by Braverman would be the Prime Minister putting his and what he considers to be the Tory Party’s interests first, with what is best for the country a very distant second.
Shop of horrors
There is something profoundly wrong when nearly half of those serving the public in shops are worrying about abuse and physical attacks from customers.
Treating others how you wish to be treated yourself is a simple code.
Alas, too many people are acting badly and creating misery for these often low paid but invaluable workers.
Intimidating and assaulting fellow citizens is indefensible.
Employers must protect employees, police and courts have a role and Parliament passing enforceable laws is important.
Most of all we need the tormentors to stop tormenting people in shops and elsewhere.
Best of Britain
Solemn respect and dignity witnessed at 11am today up and down the country displayed the very best of Britain.
Away from arguments over a march and assaults near the Cenotaph by louts posing as patriots, we honoured with due reverence the fallen who gave their lives for our freedom.