Labour Party MP Yvette Cooper Says Immigration Needs Management

In an interview broadcast on BBC Newsnight, Labour Party's leadership contender Yvette Cooper said immigration needed to be "controlled" and "managed."
Cooper added that "ideally" the Labour government should have had a financial surplus before the crisis of 2008.
Ms. Cooper is one of four members of Parliament who have announced they will stand for the Labour leadership.
Andy Burnham, Liz Kendall and Mary Creagh are also standing.
Candidates are required to gather the signatures of 35 MPs by June 15 to make it on to the ballot paper.
The winner will be announced on 12 September.