Byline: PAUL WAUGH
TONY BLAIR is to launch an unprecedented immigration clampdown by charging some overseas workers up to [pounds sterling]200 each to get their families into Britain.
In a dramatic move before the general election, migrant workers will face a charge if they appeal against bans on their families joining them from overseas.
Together with new measures to deport more failed asylum seekers, the move will form a key plank of Labour's campaign, it emerged today.
A five-year plan for immigration is set to be published by the Home Office on Monday after winning final approval from the Cabinet.
General election chief Alan Milburn …