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Eastern European migrants sent home
Migrants from Eastern Europe have been told to leave West Sussex in a UK Border Agency crackdown on homeless immigrants without work.
Bognor has attracted 20,000 migrants from Eastern Europe who came seeking work but found the recession meant jobs were not readily available.
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