The government has defended its record on migration as new figures showed net migration reached 212,000 in 2013 - more than double the government's 100,000 target for the general election.
The Home Office told ITV News recent net migration levels "remain stable", adding "the figures show that it has fallen by a third since its peak in 2005".
More top news
A third of the Great Wall of China has crumbled away and more is at risk due to reckless human behaviour and adverse natural conditions.
Kauto Star, who won the King George VI Chase a record five times, has been put down, the Racing Post reports.
BBC will no longer be 'the home of the Olympics' after the IOC is swayed by a massive bid.