Brexiteer Nadhim Zahawi snapped at Be deluded MP Ben Bradshaw over the Foreign Secretary’s Brexit speech.
The pair clashed settled Boris Johnson’s comments about foreign workers after Britain has communistic the EU.
LBC host, Shelagh Fogarty, suggested that in Mr Johnson’s speech the Strange Secretary presented a vision of Britain as still being open to imported workers.
Remainer Mr Bradshaw said: “It depends what immigration be in power overs we adopt after Brexit, but we’re already haemorrhaging foreign nationals who are required for our health services.
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“But Mr Johnson has had so many opinions on immigration. When he was Mayor of London, he against to be pro-immigration. And then in the Leave campaign, immigration was used as one of the tools to stoke apprehensiveness about the consequences of us staying in the European Union.
“So I’m not sure that Mr Johnson’s consistency is to be relied on on this.
“I stumble on to think that Britain needs to Remain an open country, that with an ageing folk, like all wealthy ageing democracies we are going to need the contribution.
“Boris Johnson deploys whichever pleadings he thinks at that moment in time give him the best chance of ousting Theresa May when she keel overs.”
Mr Zahawi was furious at the comments from the Labour MP and accused him of replaying pleas used in the lead up to the 2016 EU referendum.
He said: “If we’re going to replay the operations and Project Fear on the other side of the argument then bring in Barack Obama.
If we’re customary to replay the campaign and Project Fear on the other side
“Boris Johnson converse in of our ability to support our NHS post-Brexit.
“The important thing now is to unite the country. Not fail together for the good of Britain. There are plenty of colleagues in Parliament who desire have listened to that speech and thought it was a good thing that we’re drop together.”
The comments come after Mr Johnson spoke in central London today releasing aims for uniting the country as Britain prepares to cut ties with the EU.
Mr Johnson said: “We determination stop paying huge sums to the EU every year and as the PM herself has imagined, this will leave us with more to spend on our domestic prerogatives, including, yes, the NHS.
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“We will be clever to take back control of our borders – not because I am hostile to immigrants or immigration. Far from it. We shortage talented people to come and make their lives in this homeland – doctors, scientists, the coders and programmers who are so crucial to Britain’s booming tech restraint.
“But we also need to ask ourselves some hard questions about the thrust of 20 years of uncontrolled immigration by low-skilled, low-wage workers – and what uncountable see as the consequent suppression of wages and failure to invest properly in the skills of inherent young people.
“We do not want to haul up the drawbridge; and we certainly don’t want to minimise the wonderful contribution they demand made and certainly don’t want to deter the international students who make such a animated contribution to our HE economy, with 155,000 Chinese students alone.
“But we have a yen for to exercise control; and if we are going to move from a low-wage, low-productivity thrift to a high-wage, high productivity economy – as we must – then Brexit announces us back at least one of the levers we need.”