Jeremy Corbyn: 'Nothing wrong' with EU migration
After setting out his case to remain in the EU, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn tells BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg there is "nothing wrong" with migrants moving around Europe using free movement rights.
"I don't think too many have come. I think the issue has to be of wages and regulations," he says.
He also calls for a "socially just Europe" and says he will "absolutely not" disown his previous criticisms of the EU.
14 Apr 2016
- From the section EU Referendum