After his recent Sky News interview representing the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign, David Cameron has said migration can be managed if the UK remains inside the EU and it would be ‘madness’ to try to control it by voting to leave.
According to the BBC, he said he ”did not accept that his pledge to cut immigration below 100,000 could not be achieved within the EU.”
In a live Q&A on Sky News, he said ”leaving the EU and the single market would ‘trash’ the UK economy.”
Vote Leave’s Iain Duncan Smith said the studio audience were “fed up with the scaremongering” of the Remain campaign.
Mr Cameron said about 600,000 had left this country and about 1.2 million had come to live or work here, accepting immigration was a big challenge.
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