Visa idea 'fraught with difficulties'
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Corbyn rejects idea for Welsh immigration control

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has rejected the idea of devolving control over immigration to Wales.

An all-party group led by fellow Labour MP Chuka Ummuna said immigration policies could be shaped to reflect the different needs of the UK's nations and regions.

Mr Corbyn has come under fire this week, denying that he he has changed his mind on UK immigration by accepting the need for some restrictions.

In an interview with BBC Wales, Mr Corbyn said the idea of Wales having different rules to other parts of the UK was "fraught with difficulties".

  • 12 Jan 2017