Late on Wednesday the government quietly let it slip that it was abandoning the child refugees programme it had earlier agreed to.
Called the Dubs Amendment, the plan was that the government would accept around 3000 child refugees from France that had been abandoned and were at severe risk.
But the Tories abruptly announced they would stop at 350.
This cartoon in The Times today – a newspaper that is normally supportive of the government – shows how the decision has been received across the political spectrum
The cartoon is by Peter Brookes.
Theresa May used to say her strict Christian upbringing helped her make difficult decisions.
She acts neither like a Christian nor someone who can take tough decisions