The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Cameron Proposes UK Immigration Cuts

    Welcome to England, don’t touch our benefits. That’s the gist of the plan laid out by Britain’s prime minister on Friday, in an effort to curb the influx of EU residents to the isles. Migrants would have to wait four years to reap some government plums, such as subsidized housing, and may have to leave entirely if they haven’t found work in six months. Since fluid borders remain a staple of EU membership, Cameron’s speech carried strong hints that leaving the union wasn’t out of the question.


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