Labour say today's net migration figures show David Cameron's pledge to bring numbers down to below 100,000 is "in tatters".
"David Cameron and Theresa May must now admit that their net migration target is in tatters and they have utterly broken their grand immigration promises," Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper said in a statement.
"David Cameron promised "no ifs, no buts" that net migration would fall to the tens of thousands. Instead it has gone up by nearly 70,000 in the last year," she added.
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