Nigel Farage has said he doesn't believe the official migration figures and is sure the "real numbers are much higher".
The UKIP leader was responding to ONS figures showing the net long-term migration to the UK in 2015 was 333,000, the second highest level on record.
Net migration of EU citizens is estimated to be 184,000, for the year ending December 2015, according to the Office for National Statistics.
This is compared with 174,000 in the previous year. Non-EU net migration was 188,000, compared with 194,000 the previous year.
Immigration has been a key issue during the EU referendum campaign and the figures are expected to spark a fierce debate between Remain and Leave camps.
Fuel shortages are worsening in France with nearly half of all filling stations now partially or completely out of fuel, according to Essence fuel monitoring website.
France began using its reserve fuel supply to deal with shortages yesterday.
Strikes are threatening to bring France to a standstill as workers on the metro, railway, nuclear power plants and air traffic controllers have downed their tools.
The strikes are in response to controversial changes to employment law the French government are trying to push through.
ITV News' Neil Connery is at Gravelines nuclear power plant near Calais.