‘We still have massive problems at the beaches’ | Kevin Meagher on UK’s issues with immigration

GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘We still have massive problems at the beaches’ | Kevin Meagher on UK’s issues with immigration” – below is their description.

‘We may have clamped down on free movement, but we still have massive problems at the beaches every day.’

Kevin Meagher discusses the ‘difficulties’ of Brexit following Jacob Rees-Mogg’s admission that there is ‘much more to do’.

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