The number of migrant workers from eight eastern EU nations in the United Kingdom has topped one million.
London
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Between April and June, the workers from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Hungary - all these nations joined the European Union together in 2004 - numbered 44,000 more than in the same period last year.

Britain's Labour Exchange has said that workers from Eastern Europe now number four times more than a decade ago.

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