Roxana Antohi knows that Romanians don’t come here to steal our jobs and scrounge off the state; they love this country.
I left Romania, my home country, three and a half years ago. I’d never felt at ease there. Sometimes, you’re born in a place where you simply don’t belong and the feeling lingers with you for an entire lifetime. I was lucky enough to find my true home by accident. I’d always been fascinated by the United Kingdom – or, more precisely, by the mythical image in Eastern perception of a country with foggy streets, black cabs and never-ending rain.
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