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UK Roma fear planned migrant law

Government proposal would expel immigrants who cannot find work after six months even if they are EU nationals.

Last updated: 03 Jul 2014 11:57
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The UK government is considering proposals to expel immigrants who can't find work, even if they are citizens of a EU country.

The plan has worried many Roma, who believe they would be targeted.

Laurence Lee reports from Derby, where Roma campaigners say they face an uphill battle to help migrants settle.

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