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Slovakian teenager David Ziga moved to the area eight years ago 'to get a better life.' He works as a factory food packer and hits back at critics who say his countryfolk are scroungers. I love it here and prefer my time chilling out.' A source told the report that certain Muslims, because they are in these communities and go to Muslim schools, think Britain is a Muslim country.
There's nothing wrong with immigration as long as it's controlled.
The problem is it's not.' Social problems: Imran, who works for City Taxis, said the neighbourhood was awash with littered streets and house prices have tumbled.