UK PM Cameron plans tougher immigration crackdown

UK PM Cameron plans tougher immigration crackdown

26 March, 2013

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron Monday unveiled further plans to tighten rules for foreigners in the country, even as the department in charge of tackling immigration came under severe criticism for its inability to clear backlogs of over 300,000 unresolved immigration cases.

 

Migrants are to lose their right to benefits after six months unless they “have a genuine chance of finding work”, Cameron wrote in an article in The Sun ahead of a major speech on immigration, which also sets out steps to restrict the rights of some immigrants to social housing in the country.

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