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Where immigrants come from in England and Wales Add to ...

Since 2001, the number of Poles in Boston, England, has jumped from 40 to 3,000, according to recently released 2011 census figures. And the total number of people born in Eastern Europe has gone from less than 1,500 to more than 8,000. Here is how the situation looks across the rest of England and Wales.

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