David Cameron said “Migration can be Managed”


David Cameron has said migration can be managed if the UK remains inside the EU and it would be “madness” to try to control it by voting to leave.
He said he did not accept that his pledge to cut immigration below 100,000 could not be achieved within the EU.
The Prime Minister was also accused of “scaremongering”, “hypocrisy” and “waffling” as he faced down angry members of the public in the audience during a 30-minute question session.
The PM insisted the UK would never join the Euro but said if the UK was not already in the EU he would still want to join – but with the “special relationship” he had negotiated for Britain.