September 27, 2011
Documents on Bulgarian and Romanian immigrants, commissioned at a cost of £165,000 to the taxpayer, were never published.
It was claimed that Labour was worried that a damaging row would erupt over the five dossiers before last year’s General Election.
Among the hidden details was the revelation that a quarter of migrants arriving from Bulgaria and Romania had low education levels, many had four or more children and were more likely to claim unemployment benefits than other immigrants. Tory ministers said this “disturbing cover-up” made a mockery of promises made by Gordon Brown and Tony Blair on migration.
Both former Prime Ministers insisted, while in power, that only people from Bulgaria and Romania who brought skills and added value to the UK would be allowed in after they joined the EU in 2007. The Tories are now promising to publish the reports within days.
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