German cities plead for help from Berlin as 'social peace' is threatened by large number of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants
German cities facing 'significant costs' as a result of poverty migration
Dortmund, Hanover, Duisburg, Berlin and Hamburg all struggling to cope
Chaos in classrooms with native children being held back, report claims
Roma families with ten children 'receiving payments for each from the state'
Reports of Romanian crime gangs sending children and women out to steal
Cities in Germany have warned that ‘social peace’ there is at risk due to an influx of economic migrants from Bulgaria and Romania.
In a stark warning to the UK, reports tell of an epidemic of illegal working, chaos in schools because so many children can’t speak German, and an alarming increase in organised crime since the migrants arrived.
Dortmund, Hanover, Berlin and Hamburg say they are struggling to absorb a six-fold increase