May says sticking to net migration target of less than 100,000 a year

LONDON British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to stick to her pledge to reduce annual net migration to below 100,000 a year, she said on Thursday, as her governing Conservatives put together their manifesto for a snap election in June.

May has previously backed her predecessor David Cameron’s pledge to cut the figure to the “tens of thousands”, but there had been speculation in British newspapers the Conservatives might not include the promise in their manifesto.

Earlier on Thursday a senior government minister and close ally of May told

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