I know exactly what I prefer if I am to choose between an unqualified Romanian or Bulgarian immigrant and an Indian businessman, Daily Mail editorialist Stephen Glover comments the intention of the British government to limit the number of students and businessmen who choose to come to Great Britain. The editorialist comments that Indian businessmen have historical roots with the British and unlike Eastern Europeans, Indians most surely speak English and have abilities which Britain could make use of. The British government is not responsible in its immigration policy, Glover reads.
The British editorialist notes that nobody can imagine what will happen once immigration restrictions for Romanians and Bulgarians are waived in 2013. Glover reminds its readers that the British government plans to be India's best friend but limit the number of Indian immigrants. He asks himself who would the government manage to limit the number of Indian immigrants from hundreds of thousand to just tens of thousand.