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Why Nations Need to Control Their Borders

Free movement is a cornerstone of European Union membership. Under the bloc’s laws, all EU nations have to allow EU citizens through their borders. From March 2015 to March 2016, an estimated 270,000 EU citizens migrated to the U.K. and recent figures show there are now 2.23 million EU workers in the country. Some people champion this free movement, others rail against it.
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