London, Apr 2: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has ruled out the possibility of a cap on immigration. According to the Daily Express, Brown and his colleagues brushed aside a devastating report from peers that confirmed that migrants bring no economic benefit.
Brown said the number of job vacancies has now increased to 675,000 and businesses can benefit from being able to "recruit more widely". At the same time, he suggested that Britons should train as curry chefs to fill gaps left by the imminent points-based system for migrants that will restrict some non-EU workers. Tory leader David Cameron said: "We want people to work here and come to Britain. The problem with the Government is that it absolutely refuses to set any sort of limit on immigration.