Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has just started a major speech on immigration, in which he will outline how the coalition plans to correct the "mistakes" of the previous Labour government.
He also echoed Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper's warning about avoiding "an arms race of rhetoric on immigration".
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The beleaguered Labour Party leader is clinging onto power in the face of as many as 150 MPs voting to remove him from the top job today.
Mr Osborne said he is "not the person to provide the unity my party needs".