Boris Johnson claims of xenophobia in Britain

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Boris Johnson claims of xenophobia in Britain
28th November 2014

David Cameron announces plans to crack down of migrants claiming benefits and Boris Johnson is claiming there's “xenophobia” in Britain. 

The Mayor of London says only a small number of people come to the UK to abuse benefits. 

He was speaking in Singapore where he's been meeting political and business leaders. 

The Evening Standard political correspondent Joe Watts was live from Singapore.

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