Tony Blair: ‘Undoubtedly’ Brexit a ‘Popular Revolt’ Against Immigration

‘Particularly on the issue of immigration there’s a huge amount of anxiety and concern about that’

BLAIR: "Once we separate ourselves out that's going to be very difficult. But yes, you're right. You know, particularly on the issue of immigration, there was a huge amount of anxiety and concern about that. I personally don't think we will deal with that concern by leaving Europe. But undoubtedly, it was a popular revolt against the -- those who have taken this common position --"
DOOCY: "Yeah."
BLAIR: "-- across the political spectrum for many years."

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