Voters Don’t Trust Rishi Sunak to ‘Stop the Boats’
EXCLUSIVE: Byline Poll finds widespread mistrust of the Government's pledge to stop refugees and migrants crossing the English Channel.
In this week’s Exclusive Bienkov Briefing Poll:
Little Trust in Sunak’s Big Migration Pledge Among Voters
Brits Support Creation of Safe New Routes for Refugees
Boris Johnson’s Comeback Bombs with Public
Sue Gray ‘Scandal’ Fails to Grab Public Attention
Just one-in-five voters believe that Rishi Sunak’s Government will fulfil its promise to “stop the boats” crossing the English Channel, according to an exclusive poll for the Byline Supplement.
The Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, this week announced a new law that will effectively ban anybody seeking refuge in the UK, unless they qualify for a small number of government approved schemes, such as those set up to take in people fleeing Ukraine and Afghanistan.
The new law, which has been described by the UN as a “de facto” ban on seeking asylum in the UK, is designed to deter the growing numbers of small boat crossings in the English Channel.
However, our new poll, conducted by pollsters Omnisis this week, finds that only a small minority of voters still believe the Government will actually meet its promise.
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