here under 5 years but have a 2 and a half year old child which they get benefits for(but they do work) That is a bit cheeky I think as they havent been living here long and other people have low incomes and no support.
I can see your logic, after all they came to Britain to work and pay taxes to support British people with low incomes.
I would be very happy to see Poland ejected from the EU, or indeed the UK leave the EU in order to prevent Polaks from soiling this good country any further
I'm sure you would, scum.
As for saying most Pole's don't claim benefits and come to work in the UK to and earn money is a generalisation
Nope, it is data from the 2011 census.
The public sector is a joke and it wastes money like ive never seen,
Since privatization of the BR in1993 fares raised to be the most expensive in Europe. Fares went up well in excess of the inflation for example a one way ticket from London to Manchester has gone up by 208% from £50 in 1995 to £150 today, this is more than three times the rate of the inflation.
In fact east coast railways depend less on public subsidies than any of the 15 privately run franchises. The franchise become a cash cow for the state bringing in around £ 100 millions to the exchequer since 2009.
According to 2013 report over £ 300 millions (taxpayers money) was forked out on the five most expensive rail companies between 2007 and 2011 alone. You were saying?