Survey finds no indication of Romanian-Bulgarian influx to UK
The upcoming lifting of work restrictions for migrants from Romania and Bulgaria has had little impact on the numbers of people planning to move to the UK or the wider EU, BBC Newsnight polls suggest.
BBC surveys in each country, both of more than 1,000 people, suggest most would move only with a firm offer of work.
The countries joined the EU in 2007 but many member states put limits on their citizens working, which end this year.
Sanchia Berg reports.
22 Apr 2013
- From the section UK