OK, it may be counter-intuitive, but we really need to boost the funding to all the rainbow variety of human rights lawyers bringing cases against the UK in the ECHR. The more absurd the case, the more outrageous the claim, the better. All pre-referendum, of course.
Yes I know the ECHR has nothing to do with the EU, but you try telling that to the 98% of the British public who believe they are one and the same evil. And the 'No' campaign can bleat about the difference to their hearts' content to no effect.
So ECHR cases for Muslim shop workers offended by sausages ("a haram pork product in the shape of a male member"), Islamic mums banned from wearing their burqas in the municipal swimming pool, Boco Haram killers complaining about the BBC World Service are all welcome; the more risible, the better. They can join the queue of Taliban killers waiting to sue Our Boys for daring to return light weapons fire at them in Afghanistan.
Perhaps only Nick Drew will recognise Fallingbostel barracks, once home to Hitler's panzer divisions and the Norwegian SS and more recently as a BAOR home from home (Aldershot with Bratwurst). It may have been good enough for Our Boys but not, it seems, for Iraqi and Afghan migrants. Despite the German police doing their best to direct a wave of migrants here they refused to board the coaches - having their own very clear idea of exactly where they want to be looked after. They pick places where relatives or friends have a foothold already, or places they have found on Facebook, and view the duty of the Germans as getting them there and then finding them decent accommodation - which certainly doesn't include a barrack block dating from 1934 named after the patron saint of Gunners.
Alpine Pass report
Well, the Austrian army and even the police have given up guarding the Alpine pass at Wurzenpass. They've left a shedload of shiny new cones and lane layouts to deter illegals but that's it. To be frank, I can't imagine many migrants making the climb on 20% gradients with hairpins that need first gear for several stretches - they prefer to stick to railway track gradients, i.e. minimal ones, it seems. They'd like Norfolk ...