The problem is that many Brits see Poles are inferior
In replying to a previous poster.
Which is almost beyond irony or parady considering:
The million or so Poles who have come here in the past five years definitely came to work. They are three times more likely to be law-abiding than the average British resident, and the 134 Polish Catholic churches are packed. The most dreaded words for a Polish priest are not "mortal sin", but "fire regulations".
True, many Poles now go to school here, are treated by the NHS and some receive child benefit, but only three per cent are eligible for other subsidies. There is an extra burden on local health and education authorities and police associations: many of these social costs however are covered by their £1.9 billion a year contribution to the Exchequer in income tax and national insurance, and that figure does not include their contribution to council tax.
Hopefully this will satisfy you, so in summary they are more law abiding than the natives, harder working than the natives, do not claim as much benefit as the natives and according to this more intelligent than the natives, those with the thick accents anyhow. SO ALL YOU TEACHERS OUT THERE TAKE NOTE!
and this: telegraph.co.uk/education/6062088/A-level-results-Polish-student-beats-language-barrier-to-win-uni-place-to-study-English.html
And lets not forget whose economy is on the up, and whose economy is going down the tube. I use to think that all this stuff by Gibbon about the Delcine and Fall was hard to believe, but looking at Britain, there is no better example!