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Immigration is Cameron’s biggest challenge

Voters no longer believe the Conservatives can, or really want to, control immigration

By Matthew Goodwin  

A migrant runs after crossing a fence as he attempts to access the Channel Tunnel, in Calais. © AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

As Conservatives gather for their conference in Manchester they have much to celebrate. Five months ago, David Cameron and his party increased their share of the national vote. Though a growth of less than 1 per cent, it was enough to deliver a majority government. Cameron’s strategists secured the largest…

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