Cameron keen to change immigration rules

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Cameron keen to change immigration rules
28th November 2014

The Prime Minister has given a long await speech on his plans to change immigration rules, should the Conservatives win the next General Election.

Speaking at a factory in the West Midlands, David Cameron said his proposals included making people who come to live in the UK wait four years before they could claim certain benefits. He made direct comparisons with the benefit systems in Germany and France and claimed Britain were losing out under the present way of doing things. 

Mr Cameron called for other European leaders to back him on the plans and admitted it would require Britain signing a new deal with the EU, which may prove troublesome. 

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