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BORIS JOHNSON: And we need to be very, very vigilant about Iran and about that government, because they are bent on all sorts of mischief in the region. And actually, I think one of the areas where Donald Trump talks sense-- and there are several, by the way. There are many areas, seriously-- I think it is right for us to work both with the Americans and with our European friends to constrain Iran in the region.
I do think freedom of movement does not work, because there's no control. You have, what's the population of the EU? 580 million people who are technically allowed to come and go as they please, to treat the UK as their own country. And I just don't think that was working for us anymore.
We need to have a system. Yes, we can be open. Yes, we can be generous. Yes, we can be welcoming of talent. But it needs to be democratically controlled.
Putin is not Russia. There's a young generation of Russians who are going to want to listen to a new message and who are going to want to engage in a different way. And that's where we should be focusing. That's where British diplomacy should be focusing as well.