Fiona Trott in Boston, Lincs. and Damian Grammaticas in Torun Poland
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BBC reporters on reaction in UK and Poland to Cameron's immigration plans

David Cameron has passionately urged other EU leaders to support his "reasonable" proposals for far-reaching curbs on welfare benefits for migrants.

Under his plans, migrants will have to wait four years for certain benefits.

Fiona Trott reports on reaction to Mr Cameron's announcement from people in the town of Boston, Lincolnshire, which has seen large numbers of European migrants in past years and Damian Grammaticas gives the view from Toruń in Poland.

  • 28 Nov 2014
  • From the section UK
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