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another late night in Brussels you right agreeing to work with Turkey to stem the flow of migrants to Europe but Ankara is driving a hard bargain German chancellor Angela Merkel staying up to three billion euros in aid in on the discussion collector and I knelt in the commission colonel Rayner it alone from the EU budget , but generally there was broad agreement that it's a good idea Hartman migrant closer to home than financing then in our own country , I'm sure it was a very productive discussion , in return Turkey promises to help slow the flow of migrants to Europe and personalize it will tighten some border controls and improve conditions in the refugee camps , home to about two million people uniqueness heart most of them will now decide to stay put