Rudd's brother worried by tone on immigration
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Rudd's brother worried by tone on immigration

The brother of Home Secretary Amber Rudd says he is "desperately worried" by the tone of UK's debate on immigration.

Ms Rudd this week proposed forcing firms to disclose details of how many foreign workers they employ but her brother Roland, who chairs the Open Britain campaign group, told The World at One: "We don't want a society where we only talk about what's right for British workers as if people who have come from Europe who now live and work here are not part of society."

Mark Mardell asked Mr Rudd if he was worried about the immigration debate.

  • 07 Oct 2016