The Home Secretary has said that tighter immigration controls will lead to more public support for refugees.
Speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester, Thersea May said:
"Without controlled immigration there will be less public support for taking in refugees. And while we cannot solve every problem in every corner of the world...we do have a moral duty to help people in need. We should play our part."
The PM used his speech at the Tory party conference to take a swipe at Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn but what else did he have to say.
In case his potential rivals were in any doubt - David Cameron made clear today that he intends to hang around until the election.
David Cameron promised to build 200,000 affordable new homes to transform young people from "generation rent to generation buy".