Moving about

October 2010
Red Pepper Magazine;Oct/Nov2010, Issue 174, p07
The author comments on the plan of British Prime Minister David Cameron to impose a restriction on the number of immigrants moving in to Great Britain, and the government's failure to recognize immigrants' right to freedom of movement.


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