Theresa May crackdown on foreigners ‘a step too far’ – according to Ukip
A Ukip MEP has said Theresa May’s immigration policies are ‘a step too far’.
That’s right – the current government is too extreme for Ukip.
Let’s all just let that sink in.
Helmer said that May and Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s proposal of making firms provide lists of their foreign workers was ‘far beyond’ what Ukip would have done.
He also attacked their ban on foreign academics advising on Brexit as ‘astonishing’.
‘I like what Theresa May is doing,’ he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. ‘She seems to have picked up about 90% of Ukip’s programme.
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