Immigration concerns voiced over Brexit

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Dutch PM Mark Rutte has warned that if the UK leaves the European Union it would trigger “an inevitable, unavoidable race to the bottom”.

Immigration concerns voiced over Brexit


Dutch PM Mark Rutte has warned that if the UK leaves the European Union it would trigger “an inevitable, unavoidable race to the bottom”, while British Prime Minister David Cameron has said it would “crash” the country’s economy and increase migration.

According to an analysis by Mark Easton, the BBC’s home editor, extending points-based controls to all migrants could be seen as fairer. For instance, South African software designers would have the same chance of working in Britain as Spanish ...


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