Emigration to Britain Gets Romanian Mayor's Goat

Something to be gruff about for this mayor of two Romanian villages, who has got to be kidding when he bleats that his previously rammed towns will be deserted after immigration restrictions are lifted in January. Koller Gabriel-Adrian is cheesed off:

“I think it is possible that half of the people in Berini and Uliuc, the Romanian and Roma people, will go to the UK next year. In particular, the young people will go, because they don’t have anything here. They will go to work in agriculture and construction, but also for the benefits. My advice to Britain would be not to give people everything. You should take care because, if everybody goes to the UK, what will you do? Can you afford it? People do not have big salaries here and will obviously be interested in the salaries and the benefits in England.”

Future migrants admit they are preparing to milk the system:

“In January, the only thing left in the village will be the goat.”

Un-billy-vable.

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