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Labour refuses to commit to a hard target to bring down immigration

Freedom of movement will end when Britain leaves the EU

There will be “fair rules and reasonable management of migration”, without a numerical target

The Migrant Impact Fund will be reinstated

The ‘minimum income threshold’ which stop British citizens from bringing in spouses from outside Europe unless they earn £18,600 will be dropped, and replaced with an obligation not to rely on benefits

Bosses who try to undercut wages using migrant workers will face a crackdown