Osborne: No Further Offer on Free Movement

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At last something truthful from the Chancellor: Osborne admits Remain cannot offer any reform of free movement.

Today: “The Guardian is reporting this morning that Downing Street is considering whether there could be anything more to offer in terms of perhaps controls on freedom of movement that would reassure voters who were worried about the open door to this country for EU citizens. Is there?”

Osborne: “The short answer is no.”

That shoots down Watson, Balls and Cooper…

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