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EU reform: Curbing EU migrants' benefits access

David Cameron has outlined his four goals for reforming the UK's membership of the EU.

Perhaps the most controversial of Mr Cameron's demands for reform, involves curbing EU migrants' access to in-work benefits, such as tax credits.

According to Downing Street around 40% of EU migrants claim these benefits in their first four years in the country.

Robert Peston reports.

  • 10 Nov 2015
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