The Prime Minister's promise to avoid border controls could collide with the imperative of limiting EU immigration.
Under the bedroom tax regime, a panic room built to keep a woman and her son safe from abuse has been deemed a “spare bedroom”.
Polls have now opened in the constituency where immigration dominates debate, and Ukip is poised to seize power from the Tories.
Both of the main parties see political advantage in going it alone if they win in 2015.
Losses to Ukip mean the party has failed to gain any ground since 2010.
His pledge has failed.
Despite Theresa May's rhetoric, the Conservatives torpedoed an amendment to the Modern Slavery Bill which would protect foreign domestic workers from economic, physical and sexual abuse.
A fundamental economic tension runs through Ukip.
Ed Miliband can avoid a damaging split between his party's "beer drinkers" and "wine drinkers" on immigration, if he doesn't just rely on economic arguments.
Primary care providers need to offer services that reflect different needs, potentially opting to specialise for one group or another.
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