Cameron policy will force Bristolians to come home
Conservative Party Conference: The Prime Minister, David Cameron has announced tough new EU immigration rules which will force Britons living and working abroad, a number of them Bristolians, to come home.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office estimates that almost 6 million Brits live overseas, with well over 1 million living in Europe. In addition to this, thousands of others are living on the Continent and working on short/ medium term contracts. The Prime Minister's plans will mean that immigration between European Nations will come to a halt potentially forcing Britons who have retired to countries such as Spain to come home. It is feared that the mass return of retired Brits will place a huge additional burden on social services and the NHS at a time when public services are buckling under the strain of government cuts.
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David Cameron's proposal is of particular concern for the UK's business interests in Europe. Hundreds of Bristolians work on the Continent in the aerospace and defence sectors and this is likely to come to a halt under the Prime Minister's new policy. Business leaders will see Cameron's plans as a barrier to doing business with European partners and hurting what is already a very fragile UK economy.
It is understood that the Government could make the new EU immigration rules effective from as early as 2013 and is seen as a reaction to the Conservative Party losing a significant number of supporters and Councillors to UKIP.
The Prime Minister announced his plans during an interview on the BBC's Andrew Marr show.