28 November 2014

For All the Bluff and Bluster, This Government Hasn't Honoured Its Promises on Immigration

Sticking to a net migration target that means nothing is simply not the way forward. We need a government who will make promises it can keep and ensure that we remain a key player in the world to help us create the jobs of the future. David Cameron has shown again today why his government will not and cannot do that.

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John Cleese & Bill Maher Debate Political Correctness, Muse 'You Can't Make Jokes About Muslims, They'll Kill You'

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Ministers Urged Not To Give Branson Another UK Rail Line

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10 Desperate Ways The Tories Have Tried To Cut Migration

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The Liberal Zionist Smeared As An 'Employee Of Hamas' For Being Anti-Netanyahu

Ex-Minister Urges Cameron To 'Move On' From Immigration After Speech

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Tory MP Has Some Explaining To Do After Embarrassing Porn Favouriting (Graphic Content)

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Labour Attacks 'Highly Offensive' Daily Express

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Ukip Woos Potential Tory Defectors, Says They Don't Need By-Election

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Al Murray Explains Why Our Current Political Parties Are "A Joke"

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'Autumn Statement? I'm Scared About Grade 4 Piano'

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Dave's Big Migration Promise Is Now 'Dead And Buried'

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Cameron Tries To Out-Ukip Ukip With Big EU Migration Move

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The Week In 50 Funny Tweets

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EU Parliament Chief Backs Miliband For PM In Snub For 'Strange' Cameron

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Fire Alarm Interrupts Cameron's Big Immigration Speech

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London Tories Attack Celeb 'X Factor' Contest To Find Next Mayor

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Cameron 'Muscled His Way In' To Selfie With Obama

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Stephen Kinnock: Can He Complete the Journey His Father Started?

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Labour Must Do Better Than A 'Dodgy 0-1 Away Win', Says Cruddas

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