Reding: “Freedom of Movement is non-negotiable”

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EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding said on Wednesday that freedom of movement within the EU is ‘non-negotiable’. The comments come after UK’s Prime Minister David Cameron wrote in the Financial Times that he will announce a crackdown on European Union immigration rules, vowing to deport vagrants, restrict the right of foreign nationals to social benefits and call for new rules to stop “vast migrations” of Romanians and Bulgarians.

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