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The source added: ‘Some Poles have been in the UK since 2004 so have already got settled, bought houses or apartments here and are simply planning their future in UK, so applying for a British passport is not such a bad idea.’ Mr Shapps was responding to Manchester University research, reported in yesterday’s Daily Mail, showing two London seats – Brent North and East Ham – which will be contested at the general election contain a majority of voters born overseas.
Mr Shapps, whose father’s Jewish family emigrated from Poland in the late 19th century, said: ‘I see the Conservative party becoming more and more attractive to people from all different backgrounds, particularly because so many of the immigrant communities are people who work hard and get on in life...
Experts say one explanation for Poles – who have arrived in unprecedented numbers over the past decade – taking British citizenship is that they have become unnerved by the prospect of Britain cracking down on benefits or even leaving the EU altogether.
Dr Michał Garapich, senior lecturer at the University of Roehampton’s Centre for Research on Migration – who is Polish – said: ‘People who have started to settle, started to look at their kids or having families, looked at staying in Britain long-term, this is a shift relating to the UK political discourse surrounding the presence of Britain in Europe.