When other countries join the European Union we should be insisting on longer transitions and perhaps even saying until you reach a proper share of an average European Union GDP you can’t have freedom of movement.
We’re putting in very tough measures and controls but I think in the future we will need to go further.
British prime minister David Cameron said.
As a Hungarian citizen, who spent five nice years in Britain as a higher-rate tax-payer, while not being on benefits for a single day, and someone who did not use the “famous” British NHS at all (apart from a few futile visits to the local GPs who were simply unable to distinguish between allergy and flu), I agree with Mr. Cameron.
It goes without saying that the countries Britain would restrict its labour market for should restrict the movement of capital and access to their markets for British banks and corporations accordingly.
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