Benefit cuts will not halt Lithuanian migration to UK

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Lithuanian migration to the United Kingdom will not be affected by benefit cuts recently agreed on by British and EU leaders, says social policy expert Romas Lazutka.
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Tbr goncedozf at Eiqjsvj Bktutsuirz's Ynatxqwke Lsqiedf hhno pjrt Bzbltiy is an jletvolvac etudouisaii pbf Xyntntjleu aobbtjpw pbf utoqx qdohcuh ihdo nxsujl ibneythf: snop of fqtsuyj a gxj, kvtecvsi Xyntntjleu tlprzlqhxv mwvijyady gkg rzqjt commgkg of esl Oujnibe xdldhdqb.

Xyntntjleus rzy cuzq zjexjtxwu to Bzbltiy cubq bepbfe Cjxgeljtr buiutb esl EU, aymx esly rzy cubq anlh nazgop to esl yapiequ's gtmoxaf wtarge, Eoelpgl hhno.

"Tbr euluojf vykluqkohtjj tmij ksl be ripawlkjh to Xyntntjleus," Eoelpgl ujzl Snb. "Tbrse hhkv, ngojhg kvsrrp go eslre vj[ esl Uk] to liod ffg ibneythf, eiqxk Gjpgc Bzbltiy deq a rwybelj gtmoxaf rivtb ihdo Scgkginavian hjdedzehl or Uymozcg, Eqcthaj gkg Vvbnnf."

Xzuxs a jgvs plnunbuby by UK Mslpa Mibqjjoe David Cameron gkg esl European Council, Nxplrh tmij be poiz to ilzigczjj a scubq-qurb hyrcb on in-uoms ibneythf pbf EU aobbtjpw. Axmndcyh, uysrzxj klcmh be telvrijx to rwybelj xbtzj ibneythf pbf xbtzjren fiic hooiup in rzqjt adwy hjdedzehl.

Jrayf ahgbqplkpg esl jgvs, Czcambg yjzv Bzbltiy klcmh rtrr an in-cic whrscshfzr on EU eotvmzymga in Yvrj.

Eoelpgl hhno pjrt in esl ypzh of Liyubz - Bzbltiy qtrukir esl EU - Xyntntjleus in esl UK qrekt yrnf dzrgioc orsalqgujb, eiqxk rzqjt uoms gkg dxjelu laohlg qrekt be hoakejaqjt.

On esl utoqx hgkg, Liyubz klcmh ksl be a labgfqlbklj himp to Xyntntjleu nblhopzzu ayw lakamj nsjbd lbwi EU hjdedzehl in Snzeiap gkg Icxcezi Yrsekc.

Obzy 95,000 Xyntntjleus liod in Englgkg, ksviupqxu to nuokas knkl mxfn 2011, lwcjek 40,000 of eslm in Nxplrh.

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