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Dec 01 2014

MailOnline: Harrow a Migrant Cash-in-Hand Jobs Hotspot

buildingsiteHarrow is mentioned again in the MailOnline today – twice in two days. Today’s article is about migrant workers hanging around near B&Q in Stanmore, which has become a hot-spot for cash-in-hand and no-questions-asked labourers. The Mail reports “dozens’ of workers, “dressed in jeans, woolly hats and hoodies” arrive from 6am each morning , only to be picked up by the van load for labouring jobs.

Bob Blackman, MP for Harrow East even spoke about this in the Commons last week, where he said that “every day… 200 eastern European men assemble…” in Honeypot Lane.

You can read the entire article here.

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3 comments

  1. mike mcfadden

    Ah but you don’t understand. They are here to do the jobs nobody else wants to do. So we are told. What hogwash, they want cash work so it does not affect their benefit payouts. Most Eastern European s I’ve met all believe benefit payments are their right because they’ve had a hard life and we must pay it to them. Some even have homes back in native land. I don’t necasserily think its their fault its the idiots that think lying or bending the rules that have got it wrong. Such as with Harrow if benefit cheat were reported and had a young “trophy” child it had to go to committee and you can imagine what happened after that. Its time for change we have had enough of the stress and down grading of our area and homes. NuLabour got it wrong and the dyed in the wool old guard must go.

  2. mike mcfadden

    I forgot, even Bob Blackman mentions 200 arriving looking for work. However, he didn’t mention the bus loads of Romanians arrive prior to Jan 1st 14 accession date nor the huge amount of heavily pregnant eastern European girls queuing to sign on at local doctors surgeries. You can’t tell me that they all just realised they were pregnant. Its all going to end in tears like all well planed scams its only a matter of time.

  3. j p hobbs

    Yes and they are not living on the streets or in the fields so where are they living ? time for the truth now , Coach loads are coming thru our ports every day and just disappearing , i have seen this at Dover and Folkestone for myself .

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