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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 20: Protesters and migrant workers hold banners and flags as they demonstrate outside Parliament on February 20, 2017 in London, England. A day of action in support of migrant workers and EU citizens is held today to highlight their contribution to the UK economy and to …

May to Push EU Migrant Cap to Calm Brexiteer Rebels

The Prime Minister is to promise strict immigration controls for after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) at the Tory Party conference, in a bid to reassure Brexiteers opposed to her “soft” Brexit plan.

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Theresa May: Don’t Expect Migration Controls Any Time Soon

Tory leadership frontrunner Theresa May has said she wants to “guarantee” position of EU migrants living in the UK and warned that cuts to migration won’t be coming quickly. Speaking on ITV’s Peston on Sunday Mrs May said, “I want

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Georgia Hopes For Visa-Free Travel To EU Despite German Objections

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Georgia still hopes to win visa-free travel to the European Union, its envoy to Brussels said on Friday, after last-minute objections from Germany seem to have suspended the process. Struggling to control immigration fuelling support for nationalist


EU Chief Praises Borderless Europe As Migrant Tide Floods In

Europe’s most senior unelected official is proud of a borderless EU.  Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission, believes the Schengen area of 26 countries that have removed all shared checkpoints was ‘one of our very greatest achievements’. As more European leaders

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EU Uses Fear of Terror to Expand its Surveillance Powers

Over growing fears of Islamist terror attacks, the EU is exploiting public fear to expand its surveillance capabilities. This conceited effort to override current national co-operation is not the solution. MEP’s have now passed a resolution which will expand the

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Asylum Seekers Riot Over Food And Conditions In Vienna, Sabotage Tram System

Civil disobedience by dissatisfied asylum seekers is costing the municipal authorities in Vienna tens of thousands of Euros as they abuse and sabotage public services to voice their feelings. A march on Monday night, organised by left-wing agitators but mostly attended by Vienna’s

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EU Challenge: Czechs Demand Choice Of Refugees

The free movement of migrants across the European Union is being challenged by the Czech Republic. Tomas Haisman, director of the Interior Ministry asylum and migration policy section, told journalists in Prague today his country wants a say in the choice of

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France Starts Building New Emergency Asylum Seeker Housing

The flood of asylum seekers crossing the Mediterranean from Africa and the Middle East for a new life in Europe comes at a cost – and taxpayers have to foot the bill. In France that means the government has to build a total


Juncker and Merkel May Back Down on Cameron’s EU Benefits Demands

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and German Chancellor Angela Merkel may back down and agree to British Prime Minister David Cameron’s demands that EU migrants living in Britain should not be able to send child benefit payments abroad, sources within