If immigration is enriching, shouldn’t they be making prosperity measures?

Final negotiations centre on the severity of promised budget cuts. The cuts were originally put at €18 billion ($A25.2 billion), but minor coalition partners are angling for a rollback, along with a slower phasing-in of a later retirement age. The Dutch cuts form part of €200 billion in austerity measures around Europe which have led to workers taking to the streets in several countries and are fuelling a backlash against immigrant workers.

http://www.theage.com.au/world/migrants-blamed-as-economic-crisis-in-europe-bites-20100927-15u29.html

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