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Cameron says European plans to suspend Dublin regulation have been rejected

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EIN
Date of Publication: 
24 June 2011
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Press Association reports that Prime Minister Cameron has said proposed changes to European asylum laws will not go ahead.

Cameron says European plans to suspend Dublin regulation have been rejected

24 June 2011
EIN

The Press Association reports that David Cameron has today said that attempts to change European laws on sending asylum seekers back to other EU countries have been rejected.

PA quoted Cameron as saying: "I was worried before this European Council about potential proposals to suspend the Dublin arrangements that allow us to return asylum seekers to the country from which they have come. Britain and Germany together made sure that these proposals aren't even referred to in any way in the Council conclusions."

Read the full article at http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/eu-migration-law-changes-rejected-2302294.html

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