Theresa May made her first campaign speech since the London attack
In her first campaign speech since the London terror attack, the Prime Minister vowed to introduce a fairer immigration system.
Mrs May said: "The British people made their choice and it would be a scandal to do anything else than respect their decision.
"It is right to respect the view of other European leaders also when they say we can't be half in and half out of the EU.
"We will leave the EU and take control of our borders, of our money, of our laws."
She also mocked Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and said he is "not fit to negotiate a good Brexit deal for Britain".
Mrs May told supporters in London: "He would throw away our negotiation position at a stroke by rejecting the very idea of walking away with no deal.
"I often say no deal is better than a bad deal, because that is in britian’s national interest.
Jeremy Corbyn seems to think that any deal, no matter what the price, no matter what the terms, is better than a bad deal.
"That’s not leadership, that’s an abdication of leadership. The bureaucrats in brussels would think christmas had come early if britain adopted such an approach."