Migration of low-skilled workers into UK is too high, says Ed Miliband


The Labour leader, Ed Miliband, has claimed that migration of low-skilled workers into the UK is too high.

Miliband, riding high after a widely-praised party conference speech calling for a return to “one nation” politics, rejected the government’s immigration caps as a solution because they did not cover workers arriving from the European Union.

Instead he told the BBC’s World at One radio programme in an end-of-conference interview that tougher and better enforced employment rights would help protect both immigrants and local workers from gangmasters and other unscrupulous bosses.


Read it at the Guardian 


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