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Three million EU migrants to keep benefits after Brexit in breach of Tory manifesto

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7 minutes ago, fru-gal said:

Well .... CB is not much of a problem.

Germany adjusts their equiv to CB to reflect lower  living costs.

Its tax credits, housing benefit, and schooling that cost a fortune.

If i was doing reforms, keep fom, offer jsa after qualifying time. No job, then right to remain removed.

Offering to keep cb would be a sweeter to keep nonworking spouse and kids in original country.

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Its crp to. Brits pension and healthcare in the Eu - mainly spain and france, are already restricted. 

You cannot claim a spanish pension if you retired there. And you buy health insurance.

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Why couldn't we insist though that the child in question actually lives here?

Working age handouts for the fit and healthy need to be slashed anyway. 

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Rather U-turn, three days before the kick-off! Employ more than 1000 experience Brexit negotiators and Civil Servants seems to be mission impossible.

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3 hours ago, MARTINX9 said:

Why couldn't we insist though that the child in question actually lives here?

Why? what the point?

CB in Poland is more than the UK at £100 per month - and it isn't means tested. The numbers claiming UK CB with children in Poland must be miniscule,

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