THERESA May yesterday launched her initial open conflict on Boris Johnson given she was suspended – slamming his immigration plans.
Boris skeleton to broach an Aussie-style points-based complement after Brexit that will let schooled workers in while interlude a inundate of inexperienced migrants.
But Mrs May warned Bojo’s offer is open to “abuse” and will not control numbers.
Speaking in a Commons, she warned: “It’s probable that a Home Office’s best smarts have come adult with a really good scheme.
“But we would simply titillate a Home Secretary and a Home Office to demeanour really delicately during a lessons that have been schooled in a past in propinquity to points-based system, that in themselves are not an answer to determining immigration and can concede abuse to take place.”
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The former PM also pronounced she is “concerned” about reports a Government is deliberation permitting opposite regions in a UK to emanate visas to tackle their possess skills shortages.
And she also took aim during his tough new law to palm unfamiliar criminals longer jail sentences if they hide behind into a UK.
Mrs May pronounced a devise risks backfiring by stuffing Britain’s ripping prisons with nonetheless some-more crooks.
She said: “The outcome of a proposals will be that we will see, potentially, see some-more unfamiliar inhabitant offenders in a prisons.”
Mrs May urged her inheritor to demeanour instead during “how we can many effectively mislay unfamiliar inhabitant offenders”.
It is customarily a gathering or former PMs to refrain from blustering their successors.
But Mrs May used a Queen’s Speech discuss to opening her concerns.
It is usually a third time she has oral in a commons given she was forced to quit as PM.