MPs former London Mayor Boris Johnson and Justice Secretary Michael Gove had issued an extraordinary challenge to David Cameron due to his failure to cut immigration.
With a vote of no-confidence on Cameron regarding the handling of the EU referendum, a Tory MP said British Prime Minister David Cameron could lose the debate quickly.
Both Johnson and Gove issued a letter stating that Cameron’s target to cut immigration to tens of thousands had come to pass and fulfil expectations. They said they betrayed his public trust.
EU’s free movement of people rules on public services indicate that class sizes would soar. The NHS lines would lengthen if the UK did not vote to leave by June 23.
Employment Minister Priti Patel said that Cameron and UK Chancellor George Osborne were “too wealthy to care about the effects of immigration.”
The employment minister said “It’s shameful that those leading the pro-EU campaign fail to care for those who do not have their advantages. Their narrow self-interest fails to pay due regard to the interests of the wider public.”
Rebelling tories were concerned about the EU’s “out of control” policies on migration within its ranks.
Vote stay said the economic effects of a Brexit would prove devastating for the current economy. The G7 leaders also said the UK’s prominence globally could see a falling out due to huge uncertainty affecting investment in the country.