David Cameron in Bucharest: ‘Freedom of movement brought in too many people’
The United Kingdom is a full supporter of freedom of movement within the EU, but the pressure that it puts upon its public services must be addressed. This was one of the key points in the speech that British prime minister David Cameron delivered in Bucharest on December 10, after his meeting with Romanian president Klaus Iohannis. It is one of the points on the agenda that Cameron is trying to sell to European leaders during a series of visits meant to get him backing for his plans to reform the EU.
Cameron’s stopover in the Romanian capital started with a visit to the government’s headquarters and discussions with prime minister Dacian Ciolos. Then Cameron paid his respects to the victims of the nightclub fire that claimed the lives of 60 people on October 30.
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