I cannot see a tangible solution to the chaos in Calais.
The-powers-that-be do not seem know what to do, although plenty of suggestions worthy of note have been expressed by qualified people.
I wish David Cameron and his ministers would start to show some iron in their Government, no matter how upset certain bodies may scream – citing the Human Rights Act or that they are upsetting religious fanatics.
Great Britain has deteriorated rapidly over the last decade, and I put the blame squarely on the shoulders of past Labour ministers, with their ill thought-out decisions.
The rallying cry from the British people: “we want our country back,” has fallen on deaf ears, and the way things are going, at this present time, the future is uncharted and one of uncertainty.
I am pleased to be old – the future does not appeal.
J W Bearby,