UK politics live: minister says Russian invasion of Ukraine likely to become more violent, with ‘horrific’ casualties possible

Defence secretary Ben Wallace says there could be ‘indiscriminate bombing of cities and propelling forward of soldiers’Ukrainians denied entry to UK despite being eligible for visaBen Wallace distances himself from Truss comments on UK volunteersRussia-Ukraine crisis: live newsIn a thread on Twitter, Rob Ford, the politics professor and co-author of Brexitland, a book explaining the attitudinal shifts (including on immigration) that led to Brexit, says that the public may be much more supportive of opening the borders to Ukrainian refugees than people (like Priti Patel?) assume. It starts here.And here is one of Ford’s conclusions. Continue reading…

Defence secretary Ben Wallace says there could be ‘indiscriminate bombing of cities and propelling forward of soldiers’

In a thread on Twitter, Rob Ford, the politics professor and co-author of Brexitland, a book explaining the attitudinal shifts (including on immigration) that led to Brexit, says that the public may be much more supportive of opening the borders to Ukrainian refugees than people (like Priti Patel?) assume. It starts here.

And here is one of Ford’s conclusions.

Continue reading…

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