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European Parliament calls for a fairer and centralised Dublin system

By Elly Schlein / 14 February, 2018

The Dublin system has clearly failed, leaving most of the responsibilities for asylum to the frontline Member States of the EU.

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Reopening the channels of legal economic migration

By Giuliano Amato / 9 February, 2018

The main antidote to illegal immigration is to restore legal migration.

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Lessons to learn from what has worked and what has failed

By Gerald Knaus / 15 December, 2017

The EU needs a humane policy on asylum and borders that can obtain majority support in elections and produce an immediate impact in the Mediterranean.

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Curbing migration from Libya: are the EU and Italy heading in the right direction?

By Giulia Laganà / 14 December, 2017

The EU have decided to outsource migration control to the various actors vying for power in war-torn Libya.

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Europeans Not Wanted in Britain – The Ugly Side of Brexit

By Denis MacShane / 8 December, 2017

For many European Union citizens in the UK there is worry about their future status.

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Nothing is agreed until everything is lost? European citizens in Brexit negotiations

By Kuba Jablonowski / 8 June, 2017

This carries a risk of letting down EU citizens again, after they were abandoned by the British government.

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