Non-EU citizens will be able to work in Britain after Bulgarian restrictions lifted.
Hundreds of thousands of people from poor countries outside the European Union will be free to find jobs in Britain as a result of restrictions on Romanians and Bulgarians being lifted on New Year’s Day.
Romania and Bulgaria, whose citizens will now have the right to work freely in the UK, are offering passports to people in non-EU countries including Moldova and Macedonia.
Historic ties also mean that some Serbs, Ukrainians and Turks are eligible to claim passports that would allow them to work anywhere in the EU.
People who used not to be EU citizens but who are now EU citizens will be able to work in the UK.
And in the case of places like Moldova it’s probably the best damn thing that could happen to the place.