A group of immigrants have been evicted from a 'shanty town' they made at a disused football ground in North West London.
68 people were reportedly removed from the site when Police and Home Office Immigration Enforcement entered at 5am this morning.
Many of them, who are here illegally, were offered a free flight back home. 20 of them have accepted the offer so far and will be flown back to Romania.
They had been living in shacks constructed from scrap from the demolished football stands and other rubbish left .
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