Nigel Farage has said the The Conservatives have ‘sold out the British people’, so much so that ‘even Jeremy Corbyn has a tougher stance on immigration’.
‘The Brexit-voting public is not in denial over immigration. Many now want a total stop to it’.
‘For a nation to rise up against the establishment and secure a historic victory, only to have its hopes thwarted by an out-of-touch elite, is a recipe for dangerous division’.
‘It is strange to think that Jeremy Corbyn is now offering a tougher line than the Government when he says he would ban the wholesale importation of low-skilled EU workers’.
Mr. Farage went on to say that if there is a Brexit ‘transitional phase’, which allows free movement to continue until 2022, ‘millions who voted Leave will feel cheated, and rightly so’.
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