The matter surrounding the migration controls in Europe has historically been highly susceptible to contending attempts at framing. Nowadays, the open borders created by the European Union makes it even more controversial. The immigration policy undertaken from the Conservative party, for instance, has now become one of the hottest question at issue. What David Cameron is determined to achieve is to quadruple the period EU migrants need to have spent in the UK before they get entitled to enjoy out-ofwork benefits from three months to a year. The 'danger' Britain might face is to host a mass migration wave coming from Bulgaria and Romania, as it happened nearly 10 years ago with Polish citizens.

Published in AISES Young