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David Cameron has flexed his Prime Ministerial muscle with a bold reshuffle. Will it pay off?

In David Cameron’s speech on immigration in April, he said that “what matters most is not who comes into the country, but who stays.” “It cannot be right”, he went on, “that people coming to fill short-term skills gaps can stay long-term. It is essential we break the link between temporary visas and permanent settlement.”

Last week the home office slipped out a consultation paper setting out how it intends to do…

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