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well first appealing david cameron talking to a team of immigration inspectors on thursday after a house raid in west london , the british prime minister and home secretary theresa may visiting homes of illegal immigrants as they unveiled a government crackdown , now we're all alone in government i believe we can be strong , a one nation approach will be tougher , and that will start next week with a new immigration bill included in the queen's speech , the prime minister says it's been too easy for immigrants to work in the black market , new laws british police will be able to seize the wages of illegal workers , so going to take a radical step we're going to make it illegal we're going to make illegal working a criminal offense in its own right , that means wages paid to illegal , sees this proceeds , the bill will also sharply restrict access to britain's welfare system , but it won't be easy for the new tory government , cameron tried and failed to cut net migration to fewer than one hundred thousand people per year during his last term in office , net migration into the u. k. reached three hundred eighteen thousand last year the highest total in a decade , reuters u. k. political correspondent will james says cameras proposals went be enough , what i wonder is stop people being able to come out from the european union there is a right of free movements within the european union and what we've actually seen the dyson is fresh states are not today is that the majority of people who come to threaten them up majority of that , timing of cameron speeches telling it comes just before he flies to an e. u. summit in latvia which he'll use to tentatively start renegotiating britain's ties with the block is too high and needs to be brought that