Illegal Migrants' Wages to Be Seized in UK

Under new proposals to be announced by David Cameron Thursday, police in the UK would be able to seize the wages of illegal migrants as proceeds of crime.
The measures will form part of what Cameron will say is a "tougher but fairer" approach to immigration from the Conservative government, and will be included in the Queen's speech.
The news comes as new figures reveal that net migration in the UK rose to 318,000 last year, a rise of more than 109,000 compared to the previous year.
A new criminal offence of illegal working will apply to anyone who has entered the country illegally or has overstayed.