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Cameron appeals to Rochester and Strood byelection voters

David Cameron has made his first foray into the crucial Rochester and Strood byelection with an appeal to voters to give him "one last go" at negotiating a better deal for Britain in Europe.

The Prime Minister - who is desperate to prevent another Conservative seat falling to Ukip's "people's army" - insisted that only he could deliver on his promised in/out referendum on membership of the EU.

With Tory MPs under instructions to make at least three campaign visits to the Kent constituency - and Cabinet ministers at least five - the Conservative high command is committed to do all it can to halt Nigel Farage's battle for the seat.

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Cameron still has to spell out EU immigration 'changes'

Campaigning in Rochester today David Cameron has called for "some changes" to how the UK deals with immigration from the European Union.

Exactly what the Prime Minister has in mind remains to be seen, but a European Commission spokesman gave the impression Brussels was unmoved by the idea.

The Prime Minister will have the chance to put his case when he meets European leaders tomorrow.

ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports.

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