Hundreds of migrant domestic workers have demonstrated outside Parliament against proposed changes to their UK visa conditions.
Current rules allow them to change jobs and move to a different household without losing their immigrant status.

The Justice 4 Domestic Workers campaign says plans to end the right will leave staff open to abuse or exploitation.
The Home Office says no changes will be made to the current system until a consultation has ended.

The proposed change is part of the government's pledge to cut net migration to tens of thousands by 2015.

In its consultation document, the UK Border agency says: "While we are restricting skilled work it would arguably be counter-intuitive to retain a route into the UK labour market for low skilled domestic workers via the private household route."

Migrant workers entering the UK on Overseas Domestic Worker visas include chauffeurs, gardeners, cooks and nannies.