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It is clear to all that immigration will be a key topic in the UK’s EU referendum. The UK is close to securing a deal to limit EU migrants’ access to benefits in a number of ways. The overriding question we are often asked is how many people might such changes impact. Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel examines the data published so far.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel

It is clear to all that immigration will be a key topic in the UK’s EU referendum. The UK is close to securing a deal to limit EU migrants’ access to benefits in a number of ways. The overriding question we are often asked is how many people might such changes impact. Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel examines the data published so far.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel

Ahead of this week’s crucial EU summit, Open Europe’s Raoul Ruparel looks at the European Parliament’s role in the UK’s renegotiated deal and whether MEPs could reject or unpick a key part of it – the ‘emergency brake’ on EU migrants’ access to welfare.

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Posted by Raoul Ruparel

Exempting the UK from the obligation of working towards an ‘ever closer union’ has been one of the government’s key renegotiation objectives. Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki and Stephen Booth assess whether the relevant provisions in the draft UK-EU deal satisfactorily address the UK’s concerns about being dragged into further integration against its will.

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Posted by Pawel Swidlicki

Exempting the UK from the obligation of working towards an ‘ever closer union’ has been one of the government’s key renegotiation objectives. Open Europe’s Pawel Swidlicki and Stephen Booth assess whether the relevant provisions in the draft UK-EU deal satisfactorily address the UK’s concerns about being dragged into further integration against its will.

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Posted by Pawel Swidlicki