‘Remain’ Champion Jeremy Corbyn: EU Membership Means NO Immigration Limit

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition Labour party, is officially backing the campaign for Britain to remain in Europe but has been keeping a low profile
In a stunningly honest admission by Labour leader and Remain campaigner Jeremy Corbyn, a vote to remain as member of the European Union (EU) would mean NO limit to migration to the United Kingdom. Speaking this morning on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, Mr. Corbyn has said that there can be no upper limit on the number of people coming into the UK while there is free movement of labour in the EU. Asked by Andrew Marr if there could be an upper limit for migration, Mr Corbyn said: “I don’t think you can have one while you have the free movement of labour.” “The very principle of a single market across Europe is the free movement of people. If you have the free movement of capital you have the free movement of people.” During the interview, Mr. Corbyn did concede that the the major draw for migrants to come to the UK was down to “lower living standards and increase poverty in certain countries in the south-east and eastern Europe” which was bound to cause a “flow of people looking for somewhere else to go”. At least 1.6 million migrants have moved to the UK in the past decade, and following the