When the latest Dubs Amendment comes back to the Commons, then will the Government dare to vote it down?
There are a lot of bad things that could be said about Yvette Cooper. But she is spot on this time.
Of course it is not a criticism of our neighbours that their relevant institutions and resources are simply overwhelmed by all these unaccompanied children. As Britain's would be.
Britain would seek to share the load, and they are doing nothing other than the same.
We had the means and the will to bomb these children's countries. Supported by Yvette Cooper; see, I told you.
Therefore, we can find the means and the will to take them in, proportionally, in co-operation and co-ordination with our neighbours.
We can. We must. And we may now dare to hope that we will.