Public says Britain is 'too lenient on immigration'

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg will deliver a speech today on immigration, proposing a bail-like system of security bonds, aimed at targeting visa "overstayers".

Speaking to Daybreak, members of the public said Britain was "too lenient on immigration".

One man said: "How is it controlled? It's not is it, so it should be controlled a lot better."

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Clegg targets visa 'overstayers'

Nick Clegg has called for a bail-like system of security bonds to tackle visa abuse today. He will say that bonds would be paid as a cash guarantee from visa applicants who come in from high-risk countries.