According to a report on the BBC News website, PM Cameron will tomorrow announce a residency test for immigrants to access social housing.
The report states : 'A social housing applicant would have to live in an area for between two and five years before going on the waiting list.'
The Prime Minister 'is expected to say that "this will stop someone from turning up and immediately gaining access to social housing".'
The report goes on: 'Speaking on Sky News, immigration minister Mark Harper said: "That's one of the issues that really upsets people when they see somebody arrive in the country and they appear to get better treatment than people that have been there for a long time."
He said the government was also looking at immigrants' access to benefits, healthcare and education as well as housing.'
Even the Lib Dems have been getting fired up on immigration as another extract from the report shows:
'Mr Cameron's speech on immigration comes days after his deputy prime minister, Mr Clegg, made his biggest intervention to date in the debate, and at a time when concerns have been raised about the potential influx of migrants from Bulgaria and Romania when movement restrictions are loosened at the end of the year.
Mr Clegg called for cash deposits of more than £1,000 for some migrants from "high risk" countries, to be taken with their visa applications and repaid when they leave the UK.'
Even the Labour Party's Ed Miliband has been obliged to speak out on immigration recently.
BBC News - Social housing residency test introduced by David Cameron
Any chance that our Government would introduce a similar test? I am sure it would be very popular with the hardpressed taxpayer.