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What does Europe want on immigration?

David Cameron has a stark choice: to be disliked or disbelieved

By Peter Kellner   October 2015

Campaigners have been urging EU countries to accept more refugees, but what do ordinary citizens want? © MARTIN SCHUTT/dpa

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When he considers what he should now say and do about immigration, David Cameron has a stark choice: to be disliked or disbelieved. If he says that the current levels reflect Britain’s strong economy, high-quality universities and the demand of employers for hard-working staff, voters will say he is…

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