Likely low as Poland isn't really a gun culture.
And guns are legal in the UK? The fear felt by the Police forces in the UK must be even more terrible than for Joe Public. They have managed to shoot and kill over 30 unarmed people in the past 3 years, perhaps they know something that we do not?
The state provides reasonably well for some.
I beg to differ on this one, the families have to take care of them or they get
married. In Poland they usually seem to know who the father is.
Poland doesn't pitch itself as an asylum haven. It doesn't have the resources yet to provide on a large scale. It was under communism for so long so Brits should understand that.
I think its more a case of Poland not giving cash benefits. Asylum seekers have no wish to come here.
Picking up that tab is the price you pay for fully embracing a multicultural society.
I like many others was not given a choice or a vote as to whether I wanted to be in a multi-cultural society. This was one of the main reasons I left the UK 6 years ago.
Having lived under previous Labour governments it was obvious what was going to happen.
I agree with you, the tax and insurance here is very high. I think that if Poland were to follow the UK tax bands it would be a much fairer system.
I feel sorry for the people who now live in England. The genii has been let out of the bottle and there is no way that life is going to be the same as in my childhood and youth. The gap betwen rich and poor will become greater, crime will increase, things will only get worse and more people will turn to the far right parties to make changes. Its too late now, 12 years of bad government and interference from the EU will destroy what was once a great nation.