Nick Clegg's first speech on immigration as deputy prime minister comes three weeks after UKIP came second to the Liberal Democrats in the Eastleigh by-election.
I wonder if his sudden interest in immigration is related?
The Liberal Democrats certainly sound as though they are getting a bit tougher on the issue: Mr Clegg announced an end of "amnesties" for illegal immigrants, bigger fines for employers who take on illegal immigrants and a pilot scheme for security bonds.
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