EU immigration has Britain at BREAKING POINT and Brexit must put a stop to it, blasts Lord
Speaking at an event hosted by the Bruges Group in London, he said: “As for the immigration chapter of the Brexit negotiations, I submit that the situation had become untenable.
“With one hundred million people in Eastern Europe at a standard of living of a third or a quarter of our own, a continuing substantial inflow was a racing certainty.
“Meanwhile, massive levels of youth unemployment in Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece are likely to be a push factor for a considerable period.
“Our estimate is that net migration from the EU would have continued at about 150,000 a year well into the medium term.”