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    Why does the BBC and the London Mayor state Cameron has a deal in place with the EU to reduce the pull factors for EU Migrants. When in fact the EU has not agreed the deal and we not agree the deal because it does not make sense. For example if I move to Poland I could claim benefits while a polish man who moves here can't.
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    (Original post by richard10012)
    Why does the BBC and the London Mayor state Cameron has a deal in place with the EU to reduce the pull factors for EU Migrants. When in fact the EU has not agreed the deal and we not agree the deal because it does not make sense. For example if I move to Poland I could claim benefits while a polish man who moves here can't.
    Because huge amounts of this comes down to the laws of Member States and not the EU.

    You know, the way that many Brexiters want it to be.
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    In 2014 research from 2012 by the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), a group of independent academics, was used as a basis for saying that for every additional 100 immigrants from outside the EU, 23 British workers "would not be employed" as a consequence.

    Labour called for the immediate publication of a government report about the impact of immigration on the UK economy following suggestions that it has been withheld by Downing Street.

    Downing Street said the report had not yet been completed but would be published "in due course".
 
 
 
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