UK Prime Minister David Cameron has outlined that he would prefer it to be harder for foreign EU nationals to claim benefits in the UK, which is tantamount to undermining the key EU principle of freedom of movement.
Speaking on a prominent current affairs programme on the BBC, Cameron said “Should we look at arguments about, should it be harder for people to come and live in Britain and claim benefits? Yes, frankly we should.”
He even suggested that he could ma...
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