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Credit crunch 'could lead to tension as jobs go to foreigners'.

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25 05 08 - 02:02
THE credit crunch could lead to violence and rising tensions in our communities as migrants and Britons face fewer jobs, a chief constable warned yesterday.

Julie Spence also indicated the true number of East European workers who have flocked here could be more than 1.4million.

Vietnamese drug dealers are gaining Bulgarian passports to make it easier to get into Britain as EU citizens. Similarly, Russians are posing as Poles, she said.

She said she didn’t trust “poor” Government figures and said the number of Eastern European workers could be underestimated by up to two-thirds.
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The government is deliberately lying about immigration figures and it's no accident that they are running the ship of state into the rocks.

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So thats why I get copious amounts of ‘no thank you letters’ from job applications stateing that there was a large quanitity of applicants and all of such a ‘high standard’.
tony trebilcock (Email) - 26 05 08 - 10:04

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