Monday, 17 September 2007

'EU let 20m Africans in'

'A huge increase in economic migration into the EU is being proposed by the European Commission. It wants to relax controls and open the borders to an extra 20 million works from Asia and Africa over the next two decades. That would more than double the present non-EU resident population now living in the 27 members states... Critics warned that most would make a bee-line straight for Britain.'

'Euro passports and ID cards could be on the way under new powers written into the revised EU treaty, it was discovered yesterday. The Daily Telegraph has learnt that existing safeguards preventing EU interference with national identity documents have been quietly dropped.'

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