Immigration frustration

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/17/2013, p64
PETER MANDELSON is reported as having said at a conference last Saturday: 'In 2004 when, as a Labour government, we were not only welcoming people to come into this country to work, we were sending out search parties for people and encouraging them, in some cases, to take up work in this country' (Mail).


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