The European Commission, headed by President Jose Manuel Barroso, has given Britain two months to fix its immigration laws, or else.(Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images)
The European Commission, headed by President Jose Manuel Barroso, has given Britain two months to fix its immigration laws, or else.
(Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images)

EU to Sue Britain Over Immigration Law

May 1, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
 

The European Commission says Britain’s immigration laws violate EU law and has said that unless Britain changes them within two months, the European Union will sue. Legal experts say it is impossible for the government to meet this deadline.

The Commission’s “reasoned opinion” states that the UK is violating the EU’s Free Movement Directive in four areas. Initially, the EU said Britain breached the directive in 80 ways, but most of those have been resolved.

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