I was asked when campaigning in Earley on Saturday to set out more of the details of Conservative proposals on migration and welfare.
Mr Cameron has pledged to negotiate a new deal with the EU to reduce and limit their power in the UK, and to base the relationship more centrally around membership of the single market.
He wishes to regain more UK Parliamentary control over the UK’s borders and welfare policies, to hit his target of a substantial reduction in net migration into the UK.
His particular policy changes include
Asking anyone who has been in the UK from the rest of the EU looking for a job to leave if they have not found one in 6 months.
Removing Child Benefit from EU migrants in the UK or any child not resident in the UK
Remove all in work benefits from any EU person with a job in the UK for the first four years of their stay.
No out of work benefits for EU jobseekers on arrival in UK
He has stated that he will legislate for the In/Out referendum in the first 100 days of a Conservative government.