Census finds that 120,000 Romanians and Bulgarians have already moved to Britain and in some parts of the country one in ten are Eastern European

120,000 Romanians and Bulgarians have already moved to Britain: Census shows in some parts of the country one in ten are Eastern EuropeanFears of major influx when travel restrictions lifted at the end of the yearIn Boston, Lincolnshire, 10.7 per cent of population are Eastern EuropeanPM announced plans to make access to social benefits harder for migrants By Steve Doughty PUBLISHED: 23:53 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 27 March 2013 Nearly 120,000 Romanians and Bulgarians have already moved to Britain despite not yet being allowed to work freely in this country, official figures showed yesterday. The data from the 2011 census showed that migration to Britain – at a rate equivalent to 30,000 a year – began as soon as the two countries joined the EU. The disclosure is fresh evidence that a major movement of Romanian and Bulgarian citizens is likely when restrictions are lifted at the end of the year.

New Bank of England boss Mark Carney hints he will tear up rule book to get the economy moving

New Bank of England boss hints he will tear up rule book to get the economy movingCanadian Mark Carney suggests inflation target could be ditched to focus on unemploymentGood news for mortgage holders as new Bank governor hints at low rates for years to comeHe will replace Sir Mervyn King in June next year | UPDATED: 13:48 GMT, 12 December 2012 Mark Carney, the new Bank of England governor, said it might be necessary to abandon the inflation target to prioritise growth The Canadian who will take over the Bank of England has suggested he will be more aggressive in trying to get the British economy moving. Mark Carney hinted that he thought boosting growth is more important than keeping inflation under control.