Immigrants causing financial crisis
An invasion of Romanian gipsy orphans has left a British town facing financial crisis.
The children, from the Roma community, do not arrive with adults, though some are as young as ten. Six have come with babies of their own while seven have been pregnant.
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The council is obliged to look after under-18s - providing them with accommodation, food and schooling - and the cost of caring for them is soaring.
The borough council has so far spent £150,000 setting up an emergency team to assist the children.
Most have only a rudimentary grasp of English, meaning the council has had to employ two Roma translators.
David Munkley, the council's commissioner for education, said: "For those we are currently supporting it will cost the council around £500,000 over the full year. That includes costs such as accommodation, food and clothing."
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