. >> mr. kenneth clarke. >> are you persuaded, kent? >> mr. speaker, the prime minister has actually achieved more on the big issues in this negotiation than i ever expected. and i suspect more than hardline euro skeptics ever expected, which is why they're denouncing it so fiercely. but as he says, he still has to deliver it. does he accept that he's going to have great difficulty persuading governments in central and eastern europe, in particular, to accept that their citizens lawfully working here alongside english people in key sectors like the health service and the construction industry should have lower take-home pay in the first few years than their english work mates? and so, if he has to offer something in exchange for that, could he perhaps consider underlining our nato commitment to those countries as their biggest concern is future military adventures by putin's russia? and to underline our role as one of if not the leading military contributor through nato to the european allianc
. >> mr. rodriguez? >> we have had a number of robust tools in place and we are fine tuning and finding those tools as we go along to ensure that any of the actually millions of people who we screened each year do not pose a threat to national security public safety. we use a series of tools. one of them is the interviews by very highly trained officers, in particular refugee officers. we are always seeking to refine their training and their preparation for the specific environment that they are addressing. if it is a refugee officer that is interviewing syrians we make sure they are steep in the country conditions in syria. that along side all of the intelligence tools that we both use and fine tune as we continue to do our work. >> mr. kubiak? >> thank you for the question. i outlined what we did overseas with the visa security unit earlier. the key thing that we bring to our national security strategy is to identify the networks and those criminal organizations that are seeking every day a
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