Tory MP questions party's immigration pledge
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PMQs: Nuttall asks Cameron on Tory migration forecasts

A Conservative MP asked his leader to name the year the government would meet its manifesto commitment to reduce immigration "to the tens of thousands".

David Cameron said the last year European Union migration figures were "in balance" was 2008, but more was needed control migration from inside and outside the EU.

He said a Leave vote in the EU referendum would mean MPs having explain how they had "self-imposed a recession on our economy".

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