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Sir Andrew Green, chairman of the group Migration Watch, said that it remained to be seen whether loosening of labour restrictions in other European to open their workforce to migrants from the new member states would reduce the proportion in Britain.
But he said: “The eastern Europeans have been extremely good workers and therefore very welcome to employers.
The number of expatriate workers from Latvia has leapt from about 7,000 to an estimated 39,000 in the same period while the number from Romania, which joined the EU later, has risen from an estimated 14,000 in 2004 to 53,000.
Overall the number of people born in the main batch of “new” EU member states now living in Britain has increased eightfold to 508,000.
Although dwarfed by the number of people from Poland in Britain – an estimated 529,000 – the figure represents a far more significant proportion of its overall population of Slovakia, which stands at around 5.4 million.
Based on recent estimate from the Office for National Statistics, it also represents a sixfold increase in the Slovakian population in Britain since in 2004 when it was among eight eastern European countries admitted to the European Union.
“However although they have added to production, they have added commensurately to the population so that their impact on GDP per head has been insignificant, as the National Institute of Economic and Social Research recently admitted.
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Although recent months have seen a downward shift in unemployment in the country, recent figures show it remains almost double that in Britain at 13.9 per cent.