Britain will go to the polls on June 23 on whether to maintain its membership of the European Union, as an increasing number of senior ministers lined up against prime minister David Cameron’s deal agreed over the weekend.
As Cameron outlined the details of the new arrangement with the EU yesterday, which includes a four-year period before non-British nationals can claim in-work social welfare benefits, several high-profile figures within his government said they would...
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