Europe has 900 ‘no-go areas’ with large immigrant populations – including London and Paris – where authorities have ‘no control’, claims Hungary ahead of EU refugee referendum

London, Paris, Stockholm and Berlin are among the European cities featuring some 900 ‘no-go areas’ of large immigrant populations, Hungary’s government has claimed.

On a new website aimed at drumming up opposition to the EU’s proposed migrant distribution scheme, the country claimed authorities in the regions had ‘no control’ over residents.

It also claimed that in these areas ‘with a high number of immigrants’, the ‘norms of the host society barely prevail,’ the site said.

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