As we bid you goodnight, here's a reminder of some of the day's big stories.
David Cameron says he will not give up on his target to reduce net migration to below 100,000, despite figures showing net migration to the UK reaching its highest level for a decade.
In a speech at the Home Office, Mr Cameron announced measures aimed at curbing EU migration by reducing migrants' rights to claim benefits in the UK.
Labour said the government had "broken promises" on immigration, while UKIP said the prime minister's announcements were a "smoke screen to mask today's appalling immigration statistics".
Labour leadership contender Liz Kendall told reporters that the party should commit to the Nato target of spending at least 2% of national income on defence. She also said Labour must reform public services and embrace the government's education reforms in England.
Nigel Farage again insisted that UKIP is "united" ahead of a referendum on the UK's membership of the EU - and predicted that other parties will be "torn apart" by the debate. He is "taking a break" for a few weeks' rest and handing the reins to deputy leader Paul Nuttall.
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