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The Daily Telegraph - United Kingdom | Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Cameron must make case against immigration

Starting 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will have free access to the job market across the EU. That could spark a new wave of immigration that would be too much for the UK and other EU members, the conservative paper The Daily Telegraph warns: "Nobody in Britain - or any other European country - has voted for this fresh wave of immigration. Nobody asked for it, and almost nobody wants it. This is the trouble with the European Union. ... Despite tentative signs of recovery, Britain still faces an economic emergency. Nearly one million young people, almost 20 per cent of the labour force under 25, are out of work. Some of their jobs would surely go to the new Eastern European migrants. Mr Cameron should argue that this is a situation no civilised government can tolerate."

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