David Cameron has unveiled measures to "significantly reduce" the scale of UK migration from outside the EU. During Prime Minister's Questions, he proposed new restrictions on work visas, and a higher salary threshold before people are allowed into the UK. Home Secretary Theresa May has asked the government's Migration Advisory Committee to come up with firm proposals by the end of the year. Non-EU migration was 290,000 in 2014, an increase of 42,000.
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