Wednesday, 19 November 2014

EU migrants would face two-year wait for benefits

The Labour party has suggested that EU migrants would have to wait two years before claiming out of work benefits, according to the BBC. Meanwhile, the shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper said Labour would call for an EU Migration Impact Fund within the existing EU budget to help regions that have seen populations rise because of immigration, paying for increased school places, medical staff or housing. Separately, Mark Reckless, the UKIP candidate for Rochester and Strood, has raised the prospect of European migrants being forced to leave Britain if the party wins power.

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