Published: Sun, September 10, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

'Exit from Brexit': thousands attend pro-EU demonstration in London

'Exit from Brexit': thousands attend pro-EU demonstration in London

Mr Blair has been widely blamed for the rise in public anxiety over immigration, after he failed to impose transitional controls on migrants from new European Union member states in 2004. He said times - and economic conditions - have changed, making it mandatory for stiff new controls to be put in place.

Last month, the United Kingdom government proposed a freewheeling series of waivers for various people and goods that will cross the Irish-Northern Irish frontier after Brexit-part of their plan to avoid the return of border posts at what will become an external frontier of the European Union once the United Kingdom officially exits.

But the Government's justice minister Dominic Raab said: "Tony Blair was the guy that introduced the open door immigration we are now trying to resolve because the public feel very concerned about it". A lot of people were holding posters with inscriptions from Brexit Exit (Brexit).

He told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show: "The only circumstances in which Brexit works, and this is the fantasy of the real Brexiteers - they are in one sense right, that if you leave Europe Britain should become a light-touch, light-regulation [country].it should become marketed as "not Europe". Brexit is a distraction not a solution to the problems this country faces.

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But former Chancellor Ken Clarke told Sky News such a plan was "hopeless", while Conservative minister Dominic Raab said his idea had been tried already and been unsuccessful.

"If MPs really believe that then their obligation is to set out solutions that deal with the actual problems communities and people have and not do Brexit which is actually going to distract us from those solutions and going to cause real economic and political damage".

"Take back control from these clowns", demanded a banner featuring photos of senior ministers, while another referenced the divorce negotiations, saying: "This best deal is the deal we've got!"

Ken Clarke, who was in the Cabinet until 2012 and was against Brexit before the referendum past year, said: "Tony still thinks we can stay in the EU".

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The co-chairman of the campaign group Leave Means Leave, Richard Tice, said Tony Blair's attempt to deny democracy would be seen for what it was, and ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage said was "the reason we are in this mess". The mood in the country is it's hopeless to expect that.

He said the European project; the customs union; the single market; combined research and a common approach on the environment all "mattered" to Britain.

"It's a bit late now, this epiphany".

Brexit voters" concerns about "pressure on services", "downward pressure on wages" and "cultural integration" now "cannot be ignored', he said.

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