European migrants will be banned from claiming a range of benefits for the first four years after they arrive in the UK, under radical immigration reforms set out by David Cameron.
The Prime Minister said it was vital that the government dealt with the "real issues" of fairness that increases in net immigration have caused for communities within the UK.
He said pressure on social services, schools, hospitals and local authorities had increased significantly which, combined with a welfare system that pays out without asking claimants to initially pay into was unsustainable. He stressed that the freedom of movement principle on which the EU was built was never an "unqualified right".
Outlining his proposed changes to the UK's immigration policy, Prime Minister David Cameron said problem with the increase in net migration was also a reflection of the UK's problem with welfare. He said it was vital to train young people better so the UK economy will not be as reliant on foreign labour.
This video shows hundreds of shoppers in a packed Tesco Extra store in Cardiff just after midnight as 'Black Friday' got underway.
Many were struggling through the crowds with 50-inch discounted televisions, trying to grab a bargain amid the chaos.
Video from Matthew Horwood
Protesters in the US have been boycotting Black Friday sales as a new tactic to vent their anger at the decision not to prosecute a white police officer who shot dead unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
Many gathered around major stores, such as Macy's in New York City, holding placards saying "black lives matter" and chanting "Hands up, don't shoot!"
Around 75 demonstrators were also spotted outside a Walmart in a suburb of St Louis, where Brown was killed.
So far the protests are believed to be peaceful but more are planned for later today.
Riots have flared since the grand jury decision not to press charges against white police office Darren Wilson on Monday.
Around a dozen businesses were torched and more than 100 people arrested in clashes with police.
Prime Minister David Cameron has signaled his dismay at Ukip's proposed policies on immigration in his speech outlining his proposed reforms. Speaking from Staffordshire, he said the idea that immigrants would be repatriated is "appalling".
David Cameron is outlining his proposed changes to immigration policy in Staffordshire. He opened his speech by stressing the great contribution immigration have played to Britain's development.
Shoppers hurtled into a north-west London supermarket this morning in search of a bargain as the Black Friday sales kicked off.
Crowds of people streamed in, with electronic products such as flat-screen televisions seemingly among the most popular items.
At an Asda store in Wembley, shoppers resorted to fighting each other to get their hands on discounted electronics.
Good Morning Britain cameraman Rav Vadgama filmed the melee as shoppers piled into the store this morning.
Consumer Editor Chris Choi is in central London, where stores are being deluged by bargain-hunting shoppers.
Some of the people he has spoken to do not even know which products they intend to buy, but are out in search of a deal anyway.
Some shoppers outside the Footlocker store on Oxford Street were angered at still being forced to wait at 09:27 this morning.