From the above article:"Ania Heasley, who runs an employment agency and advice service for eastern Europeans in London, said Polish workers were becoming 'very well-versed' in the UK benefits system, adding: 'People are now coming to me for advice on whether they are eligible to claim Jobseekers Allowance, which was unheard of six months ago.'"
I bet they're becoming "very well-versed" !
The system is at fault, however, as it is too easy to exploit, by both foreigners and British people.
However, if people seem content to live a pretty meagre existence on state hand-outs, then let them get on with it. You just never know when you might be the next one in the queue, so I'm reluctant to complain too much.
However, if I was the next person in the queue to sign-on, I think hearing nothing but foreign jibber-jabber being spoken all around me would grate on my nerves. I've been paying NI and tax for almost 20 years, so it would annoy me for people receiving benefits when they have only paid in for around 12 months.