UK migrants no different to Brits abroad, says home office minister

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Romanian and Bulgarian migrants are no different from British people with second homes in France and Spain, a government minister has admitted.

Jeremy Browne, a Liberal Democrat minister at the Home Office, said that new European migrants to Britain are complying with the same rules that apply to Britons with homes in the Dordogne or Marbella.

Pic Credit- Guardian

Pic Credit- Guardian

From 1 January 2014, Romanian and Bulgarian migrants will have free access to the UK’s labour market following the lifting of travel restrictions put in place when the countries joined the EU in 2007.

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