A Conservative-Lib Dem coalition and an immigration cap A Conservative-Lib Dem coalition and an immigration cap A Conservative-Lib Dem coalition and an immigration cap

The Conservatives have agreed to form a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats. This is the first time Britain has had a coalition government in 70 years.
The Conservatives have agreed to form a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats. This is the first time Britain has had a coalition government in 70 years.

Details are slowly emerging from Conservative sources about the new government's programme and the cabinet members. Theresa May (Tory) was allocated the Home Secretary post.

The Lib Dems have agreed to Tory proposals for a cap on non-EU migration, having previously argued that this would be an unworkable system. We can't see how this will work ourselves but will confirm the details as and when we have them.

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