Just as with grammar schools, the Amber Rudd idea has brought together Labour MPs and their leader rather than divided them. Corbyn took more than a day to respond to Rudd’s list, and to Jeremy Hunt’s equally controversial plan to cut reliance on foreign doctor numbers. But when he did, he came out strongly, accusing the Tories of trying to “fan the flames of xenophobia and hatred in our communities and try to blame foreigners for their own failures”. A unifying theme for Labour ahead of its reshuffle (expected next week now).
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