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Richard Tice: “There is nothing ‘poisonous’ about wanting to take back control over Britain’s borders”

Date: 25 08 2017
Richard Tice - Leave Means Leave

Responding to the APPG on Social Integration report on immigration, Richard Tice, Co-Chair of Leave Means Leave said:
 
“This is typical of Chuka Umunna – a member of the metropolitan liberal elite who is completely oblivious to the concerns of millions of hard-working British families across the country.
 
“There is nothing ‘poisonous’ about wanting to take back control over Britain’s borders, in fact he should be ashamed to suggest there is. 
 
“He clearly has no regard for the 800,000 young people aged 16 – 24 who are not in employment, education or training because of the ease of cheap labour from the EU. 
 
“Freedom of movement from the EU into Britain is a system which discriminates against residents of non-EU countries – not to mention the £3,500 each unskilled migrant costs the British taxpayer every year. 
 
“Chuka is in complete denial about the referendum result and is trying to retain a form of freedom of movement which is completely against the democratic will of the British people.”