Let 3,000 Calais Migrants Come To UK: Corbyn
The Government denies it is not doing enough as David Cameron considers taking thousands of unaccompanied migrant children.
Jeremy Corbyn has told Sky News up to 3,000 people waiting in makeshift camps in Calais should be processed if they want to come to Britain.
The Labour leader said that the Labour Party has been too defensive about its immigration record and failed to make the case for the benefits of migration.
Speaking during a visit to a refugee camp in Dunkirk, Mr Corbyn said Britain should follow Germany’s example in “doing its part” to help deal with the migrant crisis engulfing Europe.