Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Roma already in Britain 'are defecating on people's doorsteps' says top Tory council leader as she warns of burden that Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants will place on public services

  • Philippa Roe of Westminster City Council says council taxpayers will face rising bills from Bulgarian and Romanian immigration
  • Claims that Roma immigrants have been begging aggressively and behaving in an unsanitary way
  • Tens of thousands of Eastern Europeans expected in UK from tomorrow
  • Police boss says Romanians are already most likely to be criminals
A leading Conservative has warned that council taxpayers face rising costs from the influx of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants set to start tomorrow - and claims that Roma are already causing trouble by begging aggressively and defecating in public.
Philippa Roe, leader of Westminster City Council, said that local authorities had 'no idea' how many Eastern Europeans would come to Britain after immigration restrictions are lifted on January 1.
And a police commissioner in the Midlands revealed that more crimes are committed by Romanians than by any other group of foreign nationals in his area even before the rules have changed.
Many Tories and immigration campaigners have been warning for month that tens of thousands of Romanian and Bulgarian citizens are set to come to Britain when laws banning them from are repealed tomorrow.
Trouble: Roma being moved on by police at Marble Arch ahead of restrictions being lifted on Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants
Trouble: Roma being moved on by police at Marble Arch ahead of restrictions being lifted on Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants

Ms Roe said today that some members of the Roma community have already been causing trouble in Central London with their aggressive and unhygienic behaviour.
'You've only got to wander around Marble Arch at 7.30 in the morning to see the camps,' she told The World at One on BBC Radio 4.
'We have people walking out of their front door to find people sleeping on their front doorsteps, people defecating on their front doorstep - it's extremely unpleasant and it goes with the very aggressive begging and pickpocketing and other sorts of crime in the area which affects both residents and tourists.
'It's this minority one is really concerned about, but it is this minority that has this really big impact.'
She added: 'We have been trying hard to make sure we are prepared but one of the issues we face is we just have no idea how many people are going to come to London and draw on our resources.'
Warning: A council leader has said that even before the expected immigration influx there have been problems with Roma sleeping rough and behaving in anti-social ways
Warning: A council leader has said that even before the expected immigration influx there have been problems with Roma sleeping rough and behaving in anti-social ways


The Romanian government has appointed a new consul to an eighth British city ahead of an expected influx of immigrants from the Eastern European country.
Razvan Constantinescu became honorary consul officer to Bristol this month, shortly before the UK planned to open its borders to Romanians on January 1.
The country already has representatives in Belfast, Cardiff, Inverness, Leeds, Liverpool, Morpeth and Southampton, as well as the ambassador based in London.
Mr Contantinescu, who works at Bristol City Council fighting human trafficking, says he is keen to establish direct flights from Bristol to Romania as well as boosting business links.
He insisted that fewer of his countrymen would migrate to the UK than is often predicted, pointing out that thousands are already here.
'Most of the Romanians who wanted to come over to Britain to set up in business, to explore working opportunities, have already done so,' Mr Contantinescu said.
Shortly before Christmas, the Government rushed through new rules to ban immigrants from receiving unemployment benefits for their first three months in the country.
However, Ms Roe called for this limit to be extended even further, saying: 'I would much rather it had been a year, if not two years.'
Staffordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner said that Romanian criminals were more prolific than those from any other foreign country and expressed fears that the problem would only get worse.
Matthew Ellis said that he was seeking talks with Home Secretary Theresa May in a bid to mitigate the impact of a large number of poor immigrants arriving at the same time.
It is understood that 981 Romanians were arrested in Staffordshire between April 2010 and September 2013, followed by 967 Polish nationals and 636 Lithuanians.
In total, 7.5 per cent of all arrests in the county involved foreign nationals.
'I am currently talking to the chief constable about the new changes,' Mr Ellis said today. 'This is an area where Stoke-on-Trent is seeing a significant rise in the number of people who are not only being placed there by the state as asylum seekers but also foreign nationals moving there.
'It's clear that their cultures are slightly different and their expectations are slightly different.'
Concerns: Philippa Roe of Wesminster City Council says she does not know how many new immigrants to expect
Concerns: Philippa Roe of Wesminster City Council says she does not know how many new immigrants to expect

MigrationWatch UK, which campaigns against unrestricted immigration, has claimed that Britain will be the most lucrative destination in the EU for new immigrants despite the new rules on benefits.
'Britain's generous benefits system acts as a pull factor for migrants from across Europe,' said chairman Sir Andrew Green.
'There must now be a renegotiation of the benefit system in the EU which was designed before 100million people in much poorer countries joined the EU.
But business leaders have welcomed the impending arrival of Bulgarians and Romanians, saying it will help boost the workforce and strengthen the economy.
The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that 55 per cent of its members believe immigration has had a positive impact on the capital.
The UK imposed seven-year restrictions on Romania and Bulgaria after they joined the EU in 2007 - only allowing citizens a visa if they were self-employed, had a job offer, or were given a specialist role.
NWN: Some of us have been telling everyone for almost 40 years about immigration. But few listened.The Roma have been described as the 'scum of the earth' by many. They seem to be coming here en masse.


Anonymous said...

Hundreds of thousands from outside EU could head for UK in passport loophole
Bulgaria and Romanian offering passports to non-EU citizens
Romania has offered citizenship to four million Moldovans
Meanwhile Bulgaria has handed 90,000 Macedonians passports
All will be able to come and work in the UK under EU rules

Read more:

Anonymous said...

Building greater understanding between the Roma community and
other residents in the Longsight and Gorton areas of Manchester.


Anonymous said...

Mass immigration is destroying our once great nation.

Anonymous said...

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1. Refusing to pay tax on your earned and unearned money, if you are self-employed or receive cash-in-hand, and
2. deregistering you car(s) and driving it/them without Road Tax, without an MOT, without insurance - one can do this under their own personal liability, under Common Law.

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Happy and Prosperous White-Race New Year to all indegenous English people and related White-Race people of North-Western Europe - as Alexander Korda, the Hungarian-born British film producer said when he became a British citizen "Down with foreigners"

Fly On The Wall

PS. If Bulgars or Romas crap on your doorstep you mustn't wrap it in a parcel afixed with a 10p stamp and send it to:

David Camoron
10 Downing Street


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