“EU gambles on sweeteners fro Africa,” by Mathew Holehouse and and Tim Ross for the Telegraph:
European ministers have devised a dramatic plan to solve the migration crisis, offering a series of sweeteners in exchange for sending illegal migrants back to Africa.
They will provide cash and visa deals to persuade African countries to take back some of the 800,000 people who have flooded across the Mediterranean into Europe this year.
But in return, the proposed deal will give thousands of African students, doctors and entrepreneurs an open door to move into the European Union.
Officials are preparing to justify the highly controversial arrangement by saying only professionals who will contribute to society will be allowed into the EU…