Brexit Leaders Back Away From Migration Promises After VictoryBy and
After campaigning on immigration, Johnson backs open borders
Farage backs lower growth as price of fewer migrants
Campaigners to get Britain out of the European Union won their shock victory by building an alliance of older and less-educated voters angry about the way globalization has changed their lives. Now they’re telling people they won’t get what they want.
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