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Polish government plans referendum to reject illegal immigrants
Provisionally planned for the same day as this October's election, the referendum is a poke in the eye to another EU-wide policy as Warsaw and Brussels clash over Poland's alleged democratic erosion.
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Dutch nationals are competing with migrants for social housing places due to a lack of options.
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The contentious EU-Tunisia deal is here. What exactly is in it?
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Money spent by EU on migration policy becoming 'complex' to track
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