"There will be no accountability over any decision that any immigration minister makes because it will be handed over to a statutory independent committee - so again Boris Johnson is lying to the British people".
Four opinion polls published on Saturday put the lead of Johnson's Conservative Party over the main opposition Labour Party at between eight and 15 points, five days before the December 12 national election.
Brexit, generally supported by older generations, is seen by many young people as a threat to their ability to travel, study or work overseas and continues to be one of the most important issues for youth voters, alongside the environment, education and housing, according to an analysis by YouGov, an internet market research firm based in Britain.
Labour's finance spokesman John McDonnell was challenged in a radio conversation with billionaire Phones4U Co-founder John Caudwell, who accused the main opposition party of "destroying confidence".
Survation concludes: "The level of tactical voting and coordination required to accomplish the objectives of the Remain-minded majority in the United Kingdom would need to be significant to overcome the Conservative lead observed in today's poll, should it be an accurate snapshot of public opinion".
It puts support for Boris Johnson's party on 45%, an increase of three points, with Labour down two on 31%.
"In too many parts of the country, we have been wasting people's potential", he was due to say.
The Labour leader is proposing to negotiate a softer form of Brexit if he becomes prime minister to put up against remaining in the bloc in the vote.
It's a change of direction for the Liberal Democrats, who have campaigned on a platform to cancel Brexit altogether - though Swinson said that remains the policy in the event of a Liberal Democrat majority. That's left the pro-"leave" Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), whose Westminster MPs have enjoyed a key role backing the minority government of the ruling eurosceptic Conservatives.
Of course, other subjects have been part of the conversation but those are the issues that have come up most often during the last few weeks when we've been travelling around the country.
"These findings provide more evidence for the idea that British politics has changed dramatically in recent years", Duffy said.
During an interview, an ITV reporter repeatedly tried to show Johnson a picture on his phone of the 4-year-old boy lying on a pile of coats, which featured on the front page of the Labour-supporting Daily Mirror. Labour proposes negotiating a new deal and then holding another European Union referendum.
The Labour campaign has been beset by allegations that Corbyn - a longtime champion of the Palestinians - has failed to stamp out anti-Jewish prejudice in the party.