In January, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak pledged to ‘Stop the Boats’ as one of his government’s top five priorities.
In July, the Illegal Migration Bill became law, giving the Home Secretary a legal duty to detain and remove anyone entering the UK illegally.
Speaking to media outlets this weekend Sunak said that his plan to tackle small boat crossings is "starting to work".
Border patrol boat arriving at Dover
It comes after Richard Tice claimed the Home Secretary did not go far enough in her speech to the UN, and warned the country is “on the road to ruin”, adding that he believes multiculturalism has “failed”.
“We are one fantastic British culture, we should be saying that to those who come to live here”, he told GB News.
“Embrace it, use it, enjoy it, rather than say ‘I’m a separate culture, I’m on a separate track. That is the road to ruin.
“My view is, Sunak should back Braverman up, and say we need six months to amend this convention, otherwise, we’re out.
“I think that is the shock and awe that is needed to wake up a very complacent elite.”