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Rebel Tory MPs are demanding that Britain defy the EU by delaying the introduction of the 'right to work' for Romanians and Bulgarians

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A parliamentary vote in Romania has rejected revisions to a new mining law that would have allowed Gabriel Resources, a Canadian mining company, to create Europe’s largest open cast gold mine in the Transylvanian village of Rosia Montana.

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David Cameron has delayed a vote on the removal next month of border controls on Romanians and Bulgarians

Tory rebellion averted over immigration controls on Romanians and Bulgarians as vote is delayed

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