Saturday, July 27, 2013

I Heart Boston, UK

Boston, Massachusetts in America was the last place in America that abolished segregation. Boston had the first ever US public school in 1635 and the first American subway in 1897. It was named Boston after the British town, in remembrance of respected and revered colonists.

Boston in Lincolnshire, England has been allowed to become overrun by Polish, Bulgarian, Lithuanian and other European immigrants. A quarter of Boston’s population is of retirement age, on last decades census there was less than 35,000 residents. Today, tiny Boston has at least 60,000 people residing, at least 20,000 europeans have been allowed to invade and reside resulting in a third of the English town’s population being European immigrants. Its modest high street has 70% of its local business shops owned by European immigrants.
The town has more than 185 places to learn english.

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