Românii fara adapost din Londra se plîng ca nu gasesc de munca. Vor sa mearga acasa

We can’t find work and want to go home, say Romanians back sleeping rough at Park Lane

One of the Romanian rough sleepers in Park Lane Picture: Jeremy Selwyn

One 41-year-old woman, who refused to give her name, said she was desperate to get back to her children, adding:  “There is no job and no money here.” Sergiu Barbu, 25, said: “Everybody wants to go back to Romania now but we have no money at all. Because we do not speak much English we have not been able to get a job.”

Dozens of East European immigrants are sleeping rough in a subway at Park Lane, yards from where police have previously broken up makeshift camps in the shadow of some of London’s most exclusive hotels.

The group are sleeping in an underpass at Hyde Park Corner station, used by thousands of tourists.

Hotel staff today said the subway was becoming a “no go” area at night.

Locals say the campers are blighting the area. A guard at 1 Knightsbridge, where bank JP Morgan and FM Capital Partners have offices, said: “It makes people feel unsafe.”

We can’t find work and want to go home, say – London


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