The number of Eastern Europeans living in Britain is equal to 1.5 per cent of the population of their homelands, MPs were told yesterday. The astonishing revelation effectively means that one in every 67 citizens of eight former communist nations has moved here. Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovenia and Estonia all joined the EU in 2004 – giving them unrestricted access to the UK’s labour market.
ONE million eastern Europeans live amongst us. Some work, some just parasite off welfare. Many of them are young and have families very shortly after arriving. Well the benefits are lovely. lThis IS the multiculti experiment in action as the essense of the UK is changed by radical demography.