2013 13 JUN
UK Prime Minister says it is wrong to dismiss those who fear immigration
David Cameron, the Prime Minister of the UK, delivered a speech on 10th June 2013 saying that it was wrong to belittle those with legitimate concerns about immigration. Mr Cameron gave a speech in the southern country of Essex shortly before the UK hosts the latest summit of the leaders of the G8; the eight wealthiest countries on earth The US, Germany, Japan, Italy, France, the UK, Canada and Russia.
e G8 summit will be held in Northern Ireland at the Lough Erne Golf Resort on the 17th and 18th of June. A range of subjects will be discussed at the summit including
ensuring tax compliance and
promoting greater transparency
Mr Cameron said that, in the past, particularly under the Labour governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, the British government had had 'a patronising approach' to those who had concerns about immigration. Mr Cameron said that Labour had been 'seduced by the rewards of globalisation' and had not been 'alert enough to the risks'.
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