Poland refuses to be ‘victimised and humiliated’ by Cameron over migrant benefits

Witold Waszczykowski, Poland’s foreign minister

In Europe, Britain’s proposal to restrict migrants’ access to certain government payments for up to four years continues to generate significant controversy.

Meanwhile, in Australia, the Government continues to claim that permanently denying New Zealanders access to basic services, government payments, and political rights is perfectly reasonable.

It is remarkable how far the expectations around migrant rights have diverged between the European and Australasian single markets.

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