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A SUPERSIZED Romanian family living on £4,600 a month in benefits are demanding a bigger council house for their 15 kids.
Shameless Mihai Toma and his brood live in a three-bed home after moving to soft-touch Britain two years ago.
They rake in £2,500 a month in tax credits, £1,400 in housing benefits and £700 in child benefit on top of Mihai’s £1,800-a-month wage as an electrician.
Daily Mail: Footprints of a 36,000-year-old family discovered: Romanian cave found to hold some of Europe’s oldest ever human tracks
- Footprints belong to six or seven individuals, including at least one child
- 400 footprints were originally discovered in 1965. They were thought to belong to a man, woman and child and dated to 10,000 to 15,000 years old
- Now radiocarbon dating of two cave bear fossils suggests they are older
- Footprints are one of oldest to be described in a peer-reviewed journal
FĂCUTĂ PRAF DE BRITANICI. Monica Gabor, într-un scandal de pomină peste hotare. A luat acasă un orfan, însă l-a returnat după o noapte pe motiv că a ţinut-o trează
Potrivit Dailymail.co.uk, Monica Gabor, fostă Columbeanu, a vrut să adopte un băieţel de trei ani, însă l-a “returnat” orfelinatului după doar o noapte.
Stefan Cristofor, un om de afaceri din Bucureşti care conduce o reţea de caritate pentru a ajuta copiii orfani, a declarat pentru tabloidul britanic că el a fost cel care a aranjat că Monica să-l întâlnească pe Alex Gabriel, de trei ani, de la casa de copii.
First Romanian to arrive in Britain after border laws were relaxed complains his new home is too expensive and he can’t afford to go back
- Victor Spirescu arrived on New Year’s Day after border controls relaxed
- Said he came to work, send money home to wife, then go back to Romania
- Now he has complained that he pays too much on tax, rent and transport
- Says he has been unable to save any money for his wife during his stay
- Said UK needs workers because English men are all at home on benefits
Documentary-maker Tim Samuels delves behind the headlines about Romanians flooding the UK to leech off us. He discovers who has come here and why, as well as travelling to Romania to understand what life is like there. It’s in turn heartbreaking, surprising and warm. These are the most stand-out facts you’ll learn.