Boris Johnson warned Brexit Britain will not accept ANY compromise on migration controls


Boris johnson with his hand on his headGETTY•SHUTTERSTOC  Boris Johnson said he is confident Britain can reach a compromise with the EU

The statement was made after Mr Johnson said he was confident Britain could strike up a deal with the European Union that allows access to the free market in return for some free movement of labour.But UKIP employment spokeswoman Jane Collins MEP said that Britain “voted for independence from the EU and that means no free movement of people.”

The Tories campaigning for leave didn’t understand the effects on the working people

Jane Collins MEP

She added: “The Tories campaigning for leave didn’t understand the effects on the working people that uncontrolled migration was having on wages, on jobs and on public services.”And we can see that lack of understanding still in the aftermath of the vote as a Conservative government still fails to get why this policy which brought them cheap drivers and nannies is bad for people who aren’t wealthy.”

Boris making a speechGETTY  UKIP have warned Mr Johnson not to allow free movement to the UK

Mr Johnson, in New York for a United Nations Security Council meeting, told the BBC that he had “absolutely no doubt that a balance can be struck” between access to the single market and free movement of labour.Fears over unrestricted immigration from the European Union were widely seen to have been responsible for the Brexit vote in last month’s referendum.

Jane Collins at the UKIP Spring conferenceGETTY  Jane Collins said Tories who voted remain didn’t understand the issues of working people

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