How should immigration be tackled?
The Liberal Democrats want to create an "earned route" to citizenship for migrants who have been in the UK for 10 years. How should we deal with immigration?
The policy has been criticised by both the Labour and Conservative leaders. Labour's immigration policy would continue to tighten the newly-created points-based system and the Conservatives are proposing an annual limit for non-EU economic migrants.
The Lib Dems have also defended their claim that 80% of immigration into Britain was from the EU, something which their leader Nick Clegg said showed a Tory policy to cap non-EU immigration was "complete nonsense". Senior Conservative Michael Gove dismissed this as "bogus statistics", saying only a third of immigrants came from the EU.
Do you think an immigration amnesty would be a good idea? Do you think a cap on immigration is achieveable? What immigration policies need to be discussed?
Compare the parties' election policies on race relations and immigration.
This debate has now closed. Thank you for all your comments.