Frustrated Brits condemn Sunaks failure to deliver the Brexit we wanted

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Lorraine, who lives in Dover, feels betrayed by the Tories after she “lent them her vote” to secure Brexit.

Speaking on GB News this morning, the Dover woman singled out Rishi Sunak’s failure to control illegal migration as proof that Brexit had not been delivered.

Earlier this year, the Prime Minister named ‘stopping the boats’ as omne of his five priorities in government.

Lorraine remains unimpressed, saying: “I don’t believe a word that comes from the Government.

“We lent our votes to the Conservatives because we thought Brexit was actually going to happen.”

“We’ve never been given the Brexit that we wanted.

“There are illegal immigrants coming up on the local beaches that are disappearing into the wider countryside.”

Lorraine said she knew one woman who had an illegal immigrant break into her kitchen.

The Dover local remarked that the Government had “lost control years ago”.

She voiced her frustration at what she saw as unfair treatment, adding: “People locally have to wait six to eight months to get a dentist appointment.

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“But they leave slots open every day at my dentist for illegals to be brought in by border force to be seen by a dentist, just in case they need it.”

Lorraine also singled out the appointment of Grant Shapps as Defence Secretary during a cabinet reshuffle as a major point of concern.

She said that the country is in a “sorry state” if Mr Shapps is in charge of the country’s defence.

This comes as British Home Secretary Suella Braverman plans to raise the migration issue during her three-day visit to the US this week.

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She will seek to discuss the “unsustainable pressures” created by illegal migration and seek common ground with the US.

In a speech, Ms Braverman will say: “We must come together and ask whether the international conventions and legal frameworks designed 50-plus years ago are fit for purpose in an age of jet travel and smartphones.”

Meanwhile, Mr Sunak has insisted he is working “night and day” to deter migrants from making small boat crossings across the English Channel.

However, the UK government’s policies, such as sending asylum seekers to Rwanda, have so far failed.

Almost 45,000 people were detected arriving by small boats in the 12 months to June, a 26 percent year-on-year rise, according to official data.

On Saturday, hundreds of people marched in London to demand the UK rejoin the EU during the second annual National Rejoin March.

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