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But, I'm sorry, it's not our fault, it's not our responsibility and it shouldn't be our problem. I can see what's in it for the Romanians and Bulgarians, but what's in it for us? We are told many of those who have come to Britain, especially Roma
Made In Germany, has estimated that as many as one million men now pay for sex every day. The film was based on two years of research captured using hidden cameras and explores Berlin's world of 'flat-rate' brothels where customers pay 49 Euros (42)
In 3 Kinds of Exile , the portmanteau play at Atlantic Theater, directed by Neil Pepe, Guare not only supplies the script, he also appears in the middle section, "Elzbieta Erased," marking his acting debut. These short plays have little in common
The number of Romanian and Bulgarian workers in Britain has jumped by 15 per cent over the past year to a record 112,000 even though they cannot yet work freely in the UK. Some 14,000 extra people from the former Eastern bloc states found jobs last
9 May 2013 A gang of Eastern European men have been jailed for more than 15 years for robbing a John Lewis warehouse. The four men stole 200,000 worth of electronic goods from the firm's distribution centre in Brackmills, Northampton. Northampton
The Swiss government plans to restrict immigration from Western European countries starting next month, citing constant growth in the number of people coming to work in the prosperous non-European Union country. Under a "safeguard clause" in
10 April 2013 Eastern European migrants are more likely to have jobs than native Britons, a research study revealed yesterday. The finding is in contrast with other countries with high levels of immigration from Eastern Europe, where the reverse is
According to newly released market research by consulting firm C9 Hotelworks, of total, 650,000 visited Phuket in the year, injecting US$1.2 billion into the island's economy. Russia's outbound market to South East Asia shot up over 1.8 million in
Many sawmills on the continent have been forced to reduce production as a result of the weak lumber market. Log prices fell the most in the Nordic countries, while prices in Eastern Europe were steady or even slightly higher toward the end of 2012...
The Daily Star During the years of the Cold War, the Soviet Union and, in a milder way, the United States imposed external limits on the activities of states and societies, which caused long-standing conflicts among smaller countries to be frozen.