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We all know how, in 2004, the Labour government opened the door to immigration from Poland and seven other Eastern European states, while other countries such as Germany and France imposed restrictions. But it certainly isn’t the case so far as immigration to Britain from other EU countries is concerned.The BBC was reporting what it thought would happen — not what actually did.The dependably Leftist Channel 4 News was equally awry.As a leading touroperator in Bulgaria, Bulgaria-Hotels.

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