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They sleep in portable cabins, some of which have been leaking in the rain, at the campsite in East LondonThe bad weather has left the site flooded with stagnant water, forcing the cleaners to use abandoned crates as makeshift ‘stepping stones’
‘It is like a slum inside,’ says one worker from Hungary
Cleaners at the camp have signed gagging orders preventing them from talking to the Press and have been banned from having family and friends visit ‘for security reasons’.
One worker, from Hungary, said conditions were ‘very bad’ inside the camp but he had nowhere else to live. ‘It is like a slum inside,’ the 24-year-old said.
‘The toilets are dirty and the space is very little.’
Another, also from Hungary, said: ‘When we saw the camp, we were shocked. When we came to England we thought accommodation would be much nicer.
Messy: Some who had come to the UK desperate for the jobs turned back, describing the camp as 'horrible', with showers and toilets 'filthy' from over-use
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Originally posted by Glassbender777
I think they should count themselves lucky for even having that, While in England, I saw much worse off, in the London Underground. What were the workers expecting, a Holiday Inn. I look at this as a growing situation, My father was an immagrant, and if he had, had it easy from the start, it would not of made him the MAN he is today, at least they have a shelter, water, a job, etc....
Originally posted by sheepslayer247
reply to post by greeneyedleo
I agree that that particular housing unit doesnt seem bad at all. I have had to sleep in worse conditions. But if you scroll down further in the page you see this:
I doubt they are as nice inside as the pic you provided. Can they even get those beds in there?