At least we now know that an astonishing almost 10% of the uk's population are economic migrants from the rest of the EU. No wonder there's been a chronic housing shortage in recent years and public services so stretched.
Meanwhile in Eastern Europe working age populations are falling rapidly leaving a chronic shortage of doctors and other medically trained professionals to treat the aging population who can't migrate elsewhere.
I've asked this question of dozens of remainers and they all dodge it.
Why are British patients more important than the patients in the countries where these EU citizens have come from, and who are now suffering from the lack of medically trained staff in their own countries?
As an example, Romania has lost 5,000 doctors, or 10% of their total, in the last 20 years.
Why are British patients more important than Romanian ones?
Hopefully, that will start to change and more and more NHS workers of EU origin will leave the UK.
As the populations of Eastern European countries continues to fall, and as more and more of their skilled population migrates, their GDPs will suffer accordingly and it will become ever more difficult to make life more attractive for those they want to encourage to stay.
Freedom of movement has been a complete disaster for many European nations which really only benefits a handful of countries like Germany and France.