Now if the Hungarians wish to give citizenship rights to those stuck on the wrong side of national borders in the post Hapsburg world then OK, that is their right and choice so to do. (Though it is likely to worry some of the neighboring countries with large Hungarian minorities).
What I object to is the the fact that due to EU law there is nothing we can do to stop said types travelling and settling in the UK.
How can it be right/fair/reasonable for a foriegn government to pass a law that could theoretically have such serious consequences. And how can our Government justify membership of an organisation that strips the British people to make their own decisions about such important matters.
Oh they bang on about restricting immigration. But what they are talking about is non-EU immigration.
But what about those who overnight become EU citizens?
Ofcourse I am aware that the latest figures released under the International Passenger Survey suggest that more Eastern Europeans are leaving than arriving, but even if you can take those figures seriously - and many people suggest that the IPS is not in any way authorative that doesn't alter my point a jot.
So this year more leave than arrive, fine, and next year? The pass is sold.