Sir Keir Starmer Mocked for Promising to Lower Immigration Without a Plan


Tory Party Chairman Accuses Starmer of Making Empty Promises

Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, faced mockery last night after pledging to lower immigration without presenting a clear plan. In an upcoming speech, Starmer plans to focus on increasing wages and reducing migration by "finally making work pay." However, Richard Holden, chairman of the Conservative Party, criticized Starmer for merely saying what he believes people want to hear, without offering any credible plans.

No Plan to Stop the Boats or Address Endless Borrowing and Debt

Holden further criticized the Labour Party, stating that they have no plan to address issues such as stopping illegal immigration or managing the country's borrowing and debt. He accused them of lacking transparency with the public.

Labour Party Ready to Serve, Says Starmer

Sir Keir Starmer also announced that his top team will be visiting the Red Wall seats lost by Labour in the 2019 election. He declared that his party is prepared to serve the public.

Danish Immigration Minister Warns Starmer

In the midst of Starmer's immigration pledge, Danish Immigration Minister Kaare Dybvad Bek issued a warning to the Labour leader. Bek highlighted the importance of managing migration at a manageable level to appeal to working-class and middle-class voters.

Shadow Home Secretary Criticizes Rwanda Bill Deterrent

Yvette Cooper, the Shadow Home Secretary, vowed to eliminate the Rwanda Bill deterrent if she comes into power, regardless of its effectiveness. She criticized Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, for not being transparent about the scheme, calling it a total farce.