The Prime Minister’s speech to the Conservative conference was rhetorically strong, but there was little evidence of specific policy proposals.
The one moment when the Prime Minister came close to specificity was on the Immigration Bill, which will shortly come before Parliament. The Bill, said Cameron, “will make sure some simple and fair things, that should have always been the case, are now set in stone.”
First, the Prime Minister said: “If you are not entitled to our free National Health Service, you should pay for it.”
Then came: “If you have no right to be here, you cannot rent…
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