Coalition split over EU free movement reforms

With just two weeks until Bulgarian and Romanian members of the EU are free to travel to the UK, a sharp divide over managing that emerged. In addition to saying a cap would be illegal, Nick Clegg said any attempt by the Conservatives to "pull up the draw-bridge" would be bad for British business.

ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby reports:

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Coalition split over EU free movement reforms

A furious row has broken out at the heart of the coalition Government over the right of European Union nationals to work in the UK, with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg branding Home Office proposals "illegal and undeliverable".