Nigel Farage says security of Britain is at risk if we stay in the EU while 'ISIS promise to flood the Continent with jihadists'

June 4, 2016 7:49 PM

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UKIP leader Nigel Farage today warned Britain's national security was at risk if the UK remained in the EU because 'Isis promise to flood the Continent with jihadists'.

The 52 year old suggested that open borders have led to migration that has been 'bad for social cohesion' as he stated his case for Brexit at a rally in Bristol on Saturday.

He said that the level of migration has also 'damaged the quality of life for millions of ordinary British people' who have seen their 'wages compressed'.

Farage was joined by former Secretary of State for Defence Liam Fox MP as he hosted a Grassroots Out rally and stressed that 'we must take back control of our borders'.


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