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16 July 2017, 04:06 | Austin Hogan
Barcroft Media via Getty Images Tony Blair says leaders would be willing to compromise on free movement
Blair said: "The French and Germans share some of the British worries, notably around immigration, and would compromise on freedom of movement".
"European leaders, after discussions that I have had, are willing to consider changes to go in the direction of the United Kingdom, including the freedom of movement". On freedom of movement, the principle is indivisible. Shortly after last year's referendum, Blair said Britain should keep its options open because the will of the people could change over time.
Blair, a committed Christian who since leaving office has advocated for faith around the world, says in an interview with Sky News to be broadcast tomorrow that it is has insisted it is "absolutely necessary" that Brexit does not happen.
And in February, he called on opponents of Brexit to "rise up" and fight to change the British people's minds on the issue.
Pro-EU voters will eventually begin to understand Labour holds the "same damaging position" as the Tories, to leaving the single market to end free movement, and the party should instead champion a "radically distinct" position on Europe.
"Rational consideration of the options would sensibly include the option of negotiating for Britain to stay within a..."
Tony Blair: EU leaders are willing to 'accommodate' Britain in Brexit talks
In his lengthy article for his own Institute for Global Change think tank, Mr Blair also slams Jeremy Corbyn for failing to endorse a "soft" Brexit - describing Labour's current opposition to staying in the single market as "essentially the same policy as the Government".
But Britain under a Corbyn-led government could "hit the canvas, flat on our back" if it adopted hard-left economics, Blair said.
When former prime minister David Cameron made cutting EU immigration the focus of a deal he demanded before holding the referendum previous year, other European governments argued London could do more within existing EU rules to limit arrivals.
In response, Corbyn told BBC News that the economy would do well under a Labour-led government that focused on raising investment. He wanted to take Britain into the euro zone and believed Britain should lead the way in the European Union rather than withdraw from it.
"The Corbyn enthusiasm, especially amongst the young, is real, but I would hesitate before saying that all those who voted Labour voted to make him prime minister, or that they supported the body of the programme rather than its tone".
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