Will PM keep her promise on cutting immigration?
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Theresa May and Philip Davies on UK migration figures

Conservative MP Philip Davies asked the new prime minister if she would keep her promise to Yorkshire about cutting migration figures "to the tens of thousands" when the UK leaves the EU.

Theresa May told her Eurosceptic backbencher the Brexit vote "sent a very clear message" about immigration, and said net migration levels needed to be brought to "sustainable levels".

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