Monday, February 01, 2016

Defending John McDonnell's comments about borders in the International Business Times

. . . HERE. My comments:

"Thom Brooks, a University of Durham academic and Labour Party member, was more sympathetic towards McDonnell. The law professor said the shadow chancellor was right to highlight that people are "more mobile than ever before". But stressed it was important to ensure that Britain's border controls are "fit for purpose".

"I am confident that McDonnell and the Labour front bench are committed to that – and that the public has grown tired of ineffective Tory gimmicks dressed up as an immigration 'policy'," Brooks added."

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