Norway-style plan pushed by some Tory MPs to break the Brexit deadlock will not control immigration, claims campaign group

Former minister Nick Boles is championing a bid for Britain to join the EEA temporarily.

Its backers argue that the organisation’s rules allow for an emergency brake to be slapped on new arrivals.

But Migration Watch UK say any restrictions would have to first be signed off by a committee of other members first, who set a high bar of conditions.

It would then only be applicable for a limited period of time, such as three months.

Its chairman Lord Green said: “The public should not allow themselves to be fooled. If we are to control our borders we cannot be members of the EEA. That is for sure.”

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