Members of the European Parliament last week called on member states to exchange information about planned national action on asylum and immigration in a bid to curb the flow of illegal immigrants into the 25-nation bloc. National governments must share proposals on asylum and immigration where they are likely to have an impact on another member state or on the EU in general, the MEPs said. They also called for a permanent contact group of immigrant representatives and experts to advise EU polic...

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