Harriet Harman on Labour's 'new immigration approach'
Labour Deputy Leader Harriet Harman has been outlining the party's "new approach" to immigration, after it only just beat UKIP to the previously safe seat of Heywood and Middleton.
Speaking on the Andrew Marr Show, Ms Harman said Labour shared people's concerns over wages being suppressed by cheaper, foreign workers.
She said policies included preventing criminals from living in the UK and preventing parents from claiming child benefit if their offspring were living abroad.
12 Oct 2014
- From the section UK Politics