European Labour Restrictions: Polish Plumber Fails to Threaten

The European Union should scrap the restrictions most countries imposed two years ago to prevent the free movement of workers from new member states. When the limits are reviewed this month, the Union should accept there is no evidence of the feared flood of workers, instead supply and demand has decided where they settle.

The World Today Published 1 May 2006 Updated 15 October 2020 2 minute READ

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