HOME Secretary Theresa May was yesterday accused of “rank hypocrisy” after she said Scots independence would leave the country open to mass immigration.
The Tory bungler’s claims came just months after she faced calls for her resignation when she admitted letting thousands of people into Britain without going through immigration or customs.
But brass-necked May arrived at the Scottish Conservatives conference in Troon yesterday to warn an independent Scotland could face an immigration crisis because we could not protect our borders.
She told the 300 delegates at the party’s spring meeting: “It completely defeats the SNP argument that Scotland would fare better with more control over its affairs when they seek to hand over so many serious areas of government elsewhere.
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