The opposition Labour Party called for greater limits on benefit payments to European migrants to Britain to make the system “fairer,” as it sought to capitalize on anti-immigration sentiment among voters.
Alan Johnson , a former labor-union leader who held Cabinet posts under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown , was named Treasury spokesman for the opposition Labour Party.
A man suspected in Britain of terrorism offences, Ibrahim Magag, escaped surveillance by ringing for a black London cab, U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May was told.
"The prime minister promised' no ifs, no buts' to reduce immigration to the tens of thousands."
- Yvette Cooper on Nov 23, 2014