The Deputy Prime Minister will seek views on the proposal from the Home Affairs Select Committee.
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In a speech today proposing the plans, Nick Clegg will say: "The amounts would need to be proportionate - we mustn't penalise legitimate visa applicants who will struggle to get hold of the money."
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