Why UK should not fear immigration from Romania and Bulgaria

Daniel Pryor of Adam Smith Institute has written an interesting article discouraging Britons from fearing immigration from Romania and Bulgaria.

In the article titled “Don't fear immigration from Romania and Bulgaria”, Mr. Pryor says: “Indeed, historically, the UK has not been a strongly favoured location for Romanian and Bulgarian migrants, who often prefer the cultural similarities and pre-established personal networks in countries such as Spain and Italy. The falling unemployment trends in both Bulgaria and Romania weaken claims that joblessness will be a major factor in encouraging migration from these two countries to the UK.”

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