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B447 - Immigration Bill 2012 (Third Reading)

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    Aye.

    I fully agree with this bill in regards to asylum and limiting non-EU immigration is the right thing to do.
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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    I am a British citizen and was born here; my parents have both contributed to the economy for years.
    So your achievements....
    you were born in the right place and your parents did something.

    My point is, no-one choses their place of birth, or their parents. Where a person was born should be entirely irrelevant and should not affect the availability of benefits and rights for that person (compared to an identical person born in another place).
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Updated: June 8, 2012
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