Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D and E in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.
A- The British government plans to insist that spouses should have to learn English before they are allowed into Britain to join their husbands or wives have run into a barrage of opposition and warnings that the idea could breach human rights laws.
B- The responses to an official consultation on the proposal published on Thursday was more than two to one against the proposal, with many warning it could break up marriages because many cannot afford or access English lessons.
C- Immigration lawyers have told ministers that spouses and fiances should not be barred from joining a partner in the U.K. for language reasons and that the plan could breach the human rights convention’s guarantees to the right to marry and have a family life.
D- The anonymised responses were 68 to 31 against the pre-entry english test for spouses.
E- Other immigration organizations said the measure would discriminate against those from rural areas in South Asia, where the opportunities to learn English are limited.
Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence?