Romanians tripled --just sleeping rough in London have months after borders opened

Sanchez Manning
June 2014
Mail on Sunday;6/29/2014, p24
THE number of Romanian immigrants sleeping rough in some of the wealthiest areas of the capital has trebled since EU restrictions on movement were lifted in January.


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