"Germans, Brits, Danes, Austrians and Dutch are having second thoughts about a second wave of eastward EU enlargement in 2007, which made such poor countries members of the bloc but with a seven-year delay for access to some countries' job markets.
The tone of debate varies. David Cameron in Britain has fulminated against "vast population movements caused by huge disparities in income". One Danish politician has spoken of the need to "stress" Romanian beggars. German mayors have defended free movement in principle but say they are overwhelmed by poor migrants with no jobs and no health cover."http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/ ... 3F20131215