Draft proposals by European Council president Donald Tusk to keep Britain in the European Union include proposals for an ‘emergency brake’ that would allow countries to curb in-work benefits to migrants for up to four years that could affect the many Lithuanian emigrants living and working in the UK, or planning to move to the UK.
David Cameron, Donald Tusk
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