David Cameron has failed to fulfil his promise to get net migration down to tens of thousands, the shadow Home Secretary has said.
Speaking following the Prime Minister's announcement of fresh curbs on benefits for migrants, Yvette Cooper said Labour called for tougher benefit restrictions nearly 18 months ago.
"We need less talk from the Prime Minister on immigration and more action," she said.
"The Government should get a grip and finally implement Labour's proposals to stop the undercutting of wages and jobs for local workers by the exploitation of low-skilled migrant labour, including banning recruitment agencies that only hire foreign workers and pressing for stronger controls in Europe."
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