Inquiry into Boston immigration

A four-month inquiry into the effects of population increase in Boston due to immigrants has made 28 recommendations - including better control over anti-social behaviour.

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Report into increase in immigration

Officials in Boston are so worried about a population boom caused by immigrant workers that they have drawn up a detailed plan on how they will cope with the change.

Over recent years there has been a big rise in the number of Eastern Europeans living and working in the Lincolnshire town. The new report makes 28 recommendations - ranging from cracking down on anti-social behaviour to calling on the Government to look at migration levels. James Webster reports.

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