The manifesto said migrants would be able to claim benefits only when they have been in Britain for four years.
It added: “If an EU migrant’s child is living abroad, then they should receive no child benefit or child tax credit, no matter how long they have worked in the UK and no matter how much tax they have paid.”
One senior Conservative told The Sunday Times: “The plan we’ve got is clearly not compliant with that.”
Tories were forced to U-turn on Budget plans to increase national insurance rates for the self-employed because they broke a manifesto promise.
Three million EU migrants to keep benefits after Brexit in breach of Tory manifesto – Telegraph.co.uk