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PM crackdown on immigration

Making his speech in Ipswich today Photo: ITV News Anglia

Immigrants face tougher curbs on unemployment benefits and access to the health service, under a crackdown unveiled by David Cameron in Ipswich today.

From next year, arrivals from the European Union will be stripped of jobseekers benefits after six months unless they can prove they have been actively looking for a job and stand a "genuine chance" of finding one.

Mr Cameron is also targeting illegal immigration - doubling the maximum fine for companies that employ illegal workers to £20,000 - and signal action against so-called "health tourism" that could mean non-EU nationals have to prove they hold insurance before getting care.