As Jeremy Corbyn returns from his holiday with his wife, Laura Alvarez (pictured) from their trip to Croatia, arriving at Gatwick airport, it seems Jezza was held up by immigration for longer than usual.
According to the Evening Standard:
“Corbyn got held up by an immigration guy for a while,” they tell us. “The rest of us got through much quicker when it was our turn.” So what was the hold-up? “Big chat about freedom of movement?” his fellow traveller suggests. “Or did he just look much smarter than in his passport photo.” Another possibility is that the airport official was just starstruck.
This comes in the wake of Labour Party moderates creating the ‘Labour Campaign for Free Movement’ – something that will potentially strike a core not only with party moderates, but with many Corbynistas’ who voted Remain and want to stick with the principal of freedom of movement.
As Brexit negotiations continue, it seems the weak and wobbly PM Theresa May still has no idea what her and her team and going to do with freedom of movement either, as there have been suggestions that May’s cabinet have accepted that freedom of movement will continue for a number of years, even after Britain has left the European Union.
Nothing is for certain yet, dear readers!
by Berk Bektas
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