Movement is useful for England, we simply need control: PM Theresa May
A week ago, Anna Soubry, a Traditionalist legislator who quit May’s gathering over what she called the legislature’s “lamentable treatment of Brexit”, blamed May for having “an issue with movement” that had tied her hands in Brexit negotiations.Prime Priest Theresa May denied allegations by some in her administering Preservationist Gathering that she had “an issue with migration”, saying on Sunday that while it had been useful for England, individuals simply needed more control.
A week ago, Anna Soubry, a Traditionalist administrator who quit May’s gathering over what she called the legislature’s “tragic treatment of Brexit”, blamed May for having “an issue with movement” that had tied her hands in Brexit exchanges.
Inquired as to whether she had an issue with movement, May stated: “No. As I have reliably said migration has been useful for this nation.”
May, who was inside priest for a long time, has made migration one of the central focuses for her discussions to leave the European Association, saying England’s 2016 vote to leave the coalition was an indication that individuals never again needed opportunity of development, on the EU’s primary columns.