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Darek Pelker from Poland owns a mini supermarket in Boston. He's lived in the area for ten years and says his business is growing with a mix of shoppers including English ones.
Bob McAuley, a UKIP representative in Boston, says the area's services are struggling to cope as a result of the recent influx of migrants. He says its not a race or racism issue, but is factually based on numbers against services.
He says many people have had enough of the levels of migration in the area.
An immigration study has revealed Lincolnshire has seen some of the most dramatic rises in the country.
Oxford University's Migration Observatory shows over a decade until 2011, there has been a 467% increase in migrants living in Boston. South Holland had a 225% increase.
According to the report, the smallest proportion of the foreign population lived in Derbyshire - its 25,642 foreign-born residents represent 3% of the local population.