"As Jeremy Corbyn will never become Prime Minister it is easy for him to make snap comments which are ill-thought out in a bid to grab the headlines.
Margot Parker MEP on BBC Northampton round table debate http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02mqtsb - two hours in
Greencore, Britain's biggest sandwich maker, is looking to Hungary for over 300 workers for a food processing factory due to open in 2016, with the head of HR saying that the jobs available were "not always the kind of work" British people wanted to do. This is despite the fact that over 500 jobs were lost earlier in the year at a nearby Solway food factory in the neighbouring town of Corby, 20 miles away which performed virtually identical duties.
UKIP MEP Margot Parker, who has Scottish parents and lives in the Corby borough, said: "It's little surprise to me the people of Corby have rejected the idea of breaking up the union - the Scots and English have had differences in the past but we have learned to live with each other amicably - and anyway having a few differences is not a reason for wholesale divorce surely?