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well with free schooling, free NHS and free housing you didn't expect them to stay away did you? They took the repatriation money and had a nice holidday back in their homeland before returning in time for the new school term.... <_<

What's funny is that even more of them are arriving than "left" before. Guess living in Belfast isn't as bad as they made it out to be eh? :rolleyes:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/8186496.stm

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"not entitled to benefits". Surely that's bul sh it? UK government doesn't let anyone starve, especially families with children. I'm sure the red carpet was rolled out n all!

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it's a load of crap, claiming they can't get benefits and they have jobs???

I read that as - they will be selling newspapers at the road junctions like they have been doing while claiming tax credits for their kids as normal.

To say otherwise is a bit naive on the BBC's front. <_<

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"not entitled to benefits". Surely that's bul sh it?

As far as I can see no it is true (I believe my wife is is still in this category although we now married), your not entitled to any benefits (although you can at the moment use the NHS for free). You get nothing and you can end up on the street. IMHO the kids will be taken into care.

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My partner works with the homeless many of which are Romanians, so yes it is true they are entitled to nothing, they don't starve because of charities like his that will give them a sandwich or a cuppa soup the rest of the time they beg and sleep rough around victoria station.

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side note, I've just asked a few colleagues about the level of begging on the streets in Belfast while the gipsey's were away for July and they all agreed that the level of begging was lower. Now that they are back there is the usual faces now prowling the corners begging.

BBC thinking the men have jobs?? Probably minding the teams of beggars.

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These people are Romanian citizens. The UK operates a work permit system with regard to Romania. To qualify for a Business and Commercial work permit the work carried out by the Romanian worker must require the following qualifications:

* a United Kingdom degree level qualification; or

* a higher national diploma (HND) level qualification, which is relevant to the post on offer; or

* a HND level qualification, which is not relevant to the post on offer, plus one year of relevant full-time work experience at national/Scottish vocational qualification (N/SVQ) level three or above;

Or the job must need the following skills:

* three years full-time experience of using specialist skills gained through doing the type of job for which the permit is needed. This should be at N/SVQ level three or above.

The employer must ensure:

* the gross pay and conditions are what would be given to a resident worker and meet the national minimum wage;

* the employment meets the United Kingdom legislation and the employer has ensured that he and his employee have obtained any necessary registration or licensing; and

* the person is suitably qualified or experienced enough to do the job; and

* there are no suitably qualified or experienced resident workers available.

The BBC also carries an interview with one of the Roma who returned back to Romania in June. This person cannot read or write. Exactly how would someone like that qualify for employment in Northern Ireland based on the existing legal requirements? Or does the law not apply to certain groups?

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side note, I've just asked a few colleagues about the level of begging on the streets in Belfast while the gipsey's were away for July and they all agreed that the level of begging was lower. Now that they are back there is the usual faces now prowling the corners begging.

BBC thinking the men have jobs?? Probably minding the teams of beggars.

To put it bluntly, those particular Gypsie families are basically people farmers -- the males own the 'business', the women are used to produce children that are abused as beggars and prostitutes(the males as well... no breaks for anyone in that scene I'm afraid, those people are well 'honed' by the time they reach adulthood). Basically it's a slavery operation in tribe format, with the women being always at the very bottom of the pile.

Maybe those feminist nazis should use their messianic vigor to tackle some real abusive patriarchs and smash their evil slavery monopolies? I'm sure we'll see it eventually, once PETA starts clueing them up on how to stamp out ritual slaughter in west after their successful campaign, which saw many imams publicly proclaim their newfound faith as islamist ovo-lacto vegans.

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