James Sunderland MP on the Govt’s handling of Channel crossings | ‘I suspect we have underdelivered’

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‘Let’s not wax lyrical. This is a serious problem and I suspect we have underdelivered.’

Conservative MP for Bracknell James Sunderland joins Nigel Farage to discuss the Government’s attempts to tackle the illegal Channel crossing while signed up to the ECHR.

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