British families torn apart because of ‘heartless’ immigration rules

“According to the think tank, MIPEX, Britain has the most difficult-to-overcome spouse, partner, child and family immigration rules in Europe after Norway. But given that average income levels in Norway are far higher than in the UK (as of January 2013), and given the more equitable nature of Norwegian society, this suggests that Britain is easily the most difficult to enter country of immigration in Europe for spouses, partners, children and families.” Read more...