Debate is sparked on benefit tourism'
A new report on social welfare payments made to migrants in the EU has thrown up some interesting findings with regard to Ireland
As concerns about intra-EU migration mount in Britain and Germany, a major report on benefits tourism is drawing heated debate.
The report, which was conducted on behalf of the European Commission, comes amid a row over access to welfare. It contains some interesting findings with regard to this country, concluding that Ireland has one of the highest percentages of non-active EU migrants of all 27 member countries surveyed. Ireland also had the second highest proportion...
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