I will wager that there are not many cleaners around with degrees who are willing to work for £3.50 ph so they are pleasant to you
While I do have a degree, I am definitely not a cleaner and I am not yet willing to work for £3.50 per hour (though who knows - if the crisis deepens...) ;-)
a)you are useful and b) you are on your own.
I am in no way useful to them (my business is mainly geared toward other Poles) and I am not on my own.
Please continue to act like a German, French, Italian, Dutch etc experiencing a new life.
I never have, so I can't continue to.
Start acting like a Pole
I can't start, because I never stopped. ;-)
Exile Peasants, who have come here purely for money and financial gain.
Sadly, you are not completely wrong there.
I suspect all the nice people are still left in Poland.
If however, your countrymen arrived on mass and walked up and down the town centre in teams
I lived in London and even there I never saw "teams" of Poles terrorising the neighbourhood. How many of these Poles you talk of are actually Polish Roma? Long-haired women in long skirts or dresses, and gold-laden men in ill-fitting suits are dead giveaways.