ONS figures released this morning reveal that three quarters of the rise in employment over the past year has come from people born abroad. Indeed, the number of EU nationals working in the UK has increased by 224,001 in the last year alone, the equivalent of a city the size of Portsmouth.
The truth is that it is Brits on low pay – and those out of work – who feel the consequences of uncontrolled migration. They are forced to compete with millions of people from abroad for jobs, and they suffer downward pressure on their wages.
After we Vote Leave, we can create an immigration policy which is based on skills rather than the country where someone was born. And as the leader of the IN campaign admitted, wages will rise once we take back control of our borders. The only way to do this is to Vote Leave on 23 June.