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Unrestricted access in UK causes problems in first weeks

January 2014, 17
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UK causes problems

The UK Government abolished all restrictions for migrants whom originate from Romania and Bulgaria from the first of this month, January 2014. Many UK citizens disagree with the two migrant groups being given unrestricted access to the country and believe it is acts like this that are having a catastrophic effect on the once ‘Great’ Britain. Though a country built on migrants through the centuries right back to pre Roman Times, the UK has never had such a large percentage of migrants here ever before. There are more migrant communities and ethnic areas here on the island now that there’s ever been and the prediction is that by 2050 our population will be in the excess of 80 million people, with a large proportion of those being migrants and second generation migrants.

For the new migrants coming over today, from Romania and Bulgaria, the unofficial meeting point in London is the once iconic Marble Arch. This sits on Park Lane which was once London's most affluent street yet now it is so crowded with migrants some illegal too that this is a huge issue with owners of local businesses who say they have seen a significant decrease of clients due to this.

The council of Westminster who deals with this area has revealed that the clean up operation that is needed here costs the local authority over £500,000 annually and is a difficult task. Reports state that there is much abusive behaviour from the migrants here to locals as well as public disorders such as urinating in the street and drunken behaviour which is obviously going to have an effect on the businesses on this street, the street that is the most expensive on the Monopoly board.

Border agency staff found 12 illegal migrants trying to make their way to this meeting point on the 4th of January and they have subsequently been arrested and face deportation - at the cost of the British taxpayer. A UK journalist managed to speak to one of these migrants before they were taking away by officials and the lady, who was dressed in rags and carrying bin bags containing her belongings said she was here to seek medical treatment in an NHS hospital for her angina and asthma. This will now be treated in her homeland, if she does have the ailments and has the funds available.

There are expected to be many more migrants trying to enter the country illegally due to the unrestricted access now available and this poses an enormous drain on the taxes for arrests, interviews, checks and deportation.

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