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Cameron outlines immigration curbs 'to put Britain first'

The UK is to halve to three months the time EU migrants without realistic job prospects can claim benefits.

David Cameron said the "magnetic pull" of UK benefits had to be addressed so people came for the right reasons and the rules "put Britain first".

Labour said the PM's rhetoric masked a record of "failure" on immigration and "firm action" was needed.

Mark Easton reports.

  • 29 Jul
  • From the section UK
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