Nick Clegg has said that Britain's economic recovery is dependent on immigrants:
The majority of people who come here work hard and make a contribution. Many have served - and still serve - in our armed forces.
And if every member of an immigrant community suddenly downed tools, countless businesses and services would suffer.
The NHS would fall over. And in a globalised economy, where talent is as mobile as capital, no nation can succeed by pulling up the drawbridge.
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Around 88% of economists questioned by Ipsos Mori said leaving the EU would damage Britain's growth rates over the next five years.
Justice Secretary Michael Gove warned David Cameron that his failure to limit migration is 'corrosive' to public trust.
After a lively start to the long weekend with torrential, thundery downpours - a drier night.