Road fatalities per 100 000 inhabitants 3 times higher in Poland than in the UK Watch

calico349
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The number of road fatalities in the UK per 100 000 inhabitants per year is 2.9. In Poland it is 10.3. A good reason for inviting Poles to stay in Britain after Brexit. The same goes for most immigrants - in Nigeria it is 20.5 and in India it is 16.6 Many immigrants are fatalists and so it doesn't matter how they drive, and in any case, if they are involved in a road accident they are used to bribing the police as they do in their own countries.
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Well, that's rather personally offensive
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There is nothing like picking a random statement of fact and then using it to purvey the crudest form of bigotry.
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lmao.
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