Romania's cheeky response to British immigration fears

A poster comparing Romanian women to the Duchess of Cambridge is the most eye-catching in the website's series. Photo: gandul.info

A Romanian news website has launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign advertising the country's attractions to British people who may wish to travel, or move, there.

The royals are a popular topic for Romanian people hitting back at suggestions they are queueing up to come to Britain. Credit: gandul.info

It's a response to news earlier this week that the Government here is considering using adverts to deter Bulgarians and Romanians from coming to Britain, when restrictions on them doing so expire at the end of 2013.

The struggles that Britain, and especially our airports, have with snow are also a topic for poking fun. Credit: gandul.info

The Romanian site Gandul has launched the "Why don't you come over?" campaign - asking readers to come up with their own ideas - poking fun at Britain - on the news site's Facebook page.

Gandul is publishing two new adverts every day. Credit: gandul.info

There were warnings last month that up to 250,000 Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants could flood into Britain from the start of next year.

Temporary curbs were imposed on Romanians and Bulgarians in 2005 to protect the British labour market, but they expire in December.

The Transfagarasan Road in Romania was described as the world's best on Top Gear. Credit: gandul.info

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