see my comment #13931.When free movement within the EU happened Italy received an awful lot of Roma from Bulgaria, Romania and other former Yugoslav countries. They lived and still do live on illegal sites being nothing more than a pain in the arse, existing by the normal Gypsy methods of existing. Salvini is not doing anything different than previous Italian leaders and French as I recall by getting them back to their country of origin. If they have not found work by 3 months does not the country they are in have the right to deport them?
As for those that are Italian citizens, integrated seems a rather broad statement. They for the most again live on camps, this time legal camps and again make a living by the normal gypsy methods, along with begging, collecting rubbish in to huge piles then setting it on fire every few months polluting rivers and the air. All in all a pain also.
That happened quite recently to a number of north africans who first landed in Spain, but wanted to go to Germany. After a wait of around 2 years processing their claims it was decided that they should have applied for refugee status in Spain, so they were deported. At least one of them appears to have integrated himself fairly well as he speaks good German.Moreover in the EU there is nothing that prevents one country deporting to another member state
No chance of that, if an act was not punishable at the time it was commited or if punishable but with a defined level of punishment, then any ensuing act does not apply. Pity in some respects, I'd love to see Frau Rackete get what she deserves.I do hope they can apply this retrospectively.
No chance of that, if an act was not punishable at the time it was commited or if punishable but with a defined level of punishment, then any ensuing act does not apply. Pity in some respects, I'd love to see Frau Rackete get what she deserves.
I have to say, my money was on a pikey. Looks like I lost.A 56-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon following an attack in Leyton, east London, that left a police officer seriously injured in hospital. Muhammed Rodwan, of Villiers Close, Luton, will appear at Thames Magistrates' Court on Friday...www.itv.com
Another well integrated pillar of the community doing what seems to come naturally.
Let them all drown, and repel any attempt by illegal immigrants to enter British waters, if necessary by the use of force.French authorities rescued 11 migrants after their dingy capsized a short distance from the coast as they attempted to cross the English Channel. In total, 41 people were intercepted today.www.dailymail.co.uk