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What will cause this flow of migrants to stop? The answer may well be “nothing”

By Jay Elwes  

A migrant runs away from tear gas thrown by police forces near the Channel Tunnel in Calais, northern France, Thursday, Jan.21, 2016. ©Michel Spingler/AP/Press Association Images

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In three ill-chosen words, the Prime Minister summoned up the largest question facing not only Britain, but also Europe and the United States. The…

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