PM David Cameron making speech about plans to curb benefits for immigrants
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David Cameron urges EU support for new migration plans

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

The Prime Minister said lower EU migration would be a priority in future negotiations on the UK's membership and said he would "rule nothing out" if he did not get the changes he wanted.

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

Nick Robinson reports.

  • 28 Nov 2014
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