Hidden Cost of Mass Migration: The Newly Arrived Children Whose Parents Have no Work and Get no Benefits

An estimated 5,900 children in England and Wales are living on as little as £1 a day because Europe’s open borders and an influx of economic migrants from further afield has allowed parents to travel to the United Kingdom without due care and consideration over how they would support their families upon arrival.

The children of poor migrants suffer “severe poverty and hunger” reports The Independent, with a number of migrant parents giving birth in the UK after their arrival despite their destitution, so their children hold British passports despite all else.

  • The__Hammer

    They are called anchor babies. If Europe is going to allow this they need to learn the terminology.

    • Frau Katze

      Europe is finished. They’re not trying to stop the influx. Terminology is meaningless. It’s all downhill from here.