Restrict access for EU migrants to unemployment, housing, and child benefit for five years
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Conservative Party Manifesto 2019, p.23
People coming into the country from the EU will only be able to access unemployment, housing, and child benefit after five years, in the way non-EEA migrants currently do.
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