On immigration, we demand that our politicians serve us a dish of fried snowballs and then feign disappointment when they fail to deliver it.
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Nick Clegg appears finally to be dropping his principled stance on immigration in favour of ill-considered rhetoric.
The resignation of the man in charge of immigration and borders is further evidence of problems at the Home Office.
Instead of dog-whistling, David Cameron should be helping local government manage the impacts of migration.
There’s very little evidence of the ‘magnetic pull’ of our benefits system. But there is evidence which suggests the Prime Minister wants to win back disillusioned Tory voters who’ve been attracted by UKIP.
What’s being under reported is the extent to which it blows out the water some major claims of the anti-immigration lobby.
We don’t need secretive deals that bring in people through the back door and undercut the wages of UK-based workers.