Johnson vows to cut UK immigration if he wins election
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to cut immigration levels if he is successful at Thursday's general election.Mr Johnson referenced Australia's immigration system as a guide for his own, and guaranteed to tighten restrictions on Britain's intake after it leaves the European Union.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged immigration levels will be cut if he wins the general Brexit election on Thursday.
Mr Johnson referenced Australia's immigration system as guide for his own government,and guaranteed to place restrictions on Britain's intake, after it leaves the European Union.
The British Prime Minister said he can "make sure that numbers come down" if the Tories win a majority in the general election.
The European Union allowed citizens to have free movement to live and work in any member nations, however Mr Johnson claimed contribution should be contained in the country.
Mr Johnson insisted he was "not hostile to immigration" and was happy to welcome people "if they have talents" and if they can "contribute to our country".
Johnson tells his cabinet: 'You ain't seen nothing yet!' .
Boris Johnson has told his top ministers "You ain't seen nothing yet!", as he vowed to work "flat out" to repay voters who delivered his thumping election win. Holding his first cabinet meeting since securing an 80-strong House of Commons majority, the prime minister told his top team: "The voters of this country have changed this government and our party for the better and we must repay their trust now by working flat out to change our country for the better.