article-2214058-1565DCCD000005DC-907_306x423When Britain’s prime minister first came up with a plan to make the country less
‘magnetic’ to Europe’s migrants, I picked up the phone to a vegetable grower. More
than half of this company’s 800 permanent workers were from abroad, mostly from Eastern Europe. Would David Cameron’s idea to clamp down on benefits to EU migrant workers make them harder to recruit, I wondered? The HR manager seemed bemused: “I don’t think we’re too worried,” he replied….

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