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  • May: Govt 'unlikely' to meet migration pledge

    The Home Secretary has admitted that the Government is "unlikely" to meets its pledge to reduce annual net migration to below 100,000 during this parliament. Theresa May’s comments this morning are the clearest admission yet on the issue, after previous attempts by ministers and Number 10 to downgrade the commitment. ...

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