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It gives the parents a chance to earn a legitimate income.” The allegations against Romanian Big Issue sellers are made in a BBC Radio 4 programme, The Truth About Roma, to be broadcast at 11am on Monday.
A Northern Ireland footballer has been forced into issuing a humbling apology after his wife branded a referee 'a Romanian gipsy c**t' in a rant over a terrible decision in the country's World Cup qualifier with Switzerland.
Its vendors, who buy bundles of the magazine and keep the profits when they sell them, are required to declare themselves self-employed with HMRC.
This status also entitles them to a National Insurance number and the right to start claiming welfare payments such as Working Tax Credit and Housing Benefit, although they are supposed to tell social security officers when they sign up to sell The Big Issue.
We will see how the Swiss deal with it on their home territory.’Meanwhile, Stoke’s Xherdan Shaqiri warned that Northern Ireland will be vulnerable if they go for broke.‘Northern Ireland will have to play more offensively,’ said Shaqiri.
Last year a woman who set herself up as a consultant to help Roma who wanted to sell the magazine, Lavinia Olmazu, was jailed for helping 172 of her countrymen illegally claim a total of £2.9million in benefits with the help of false documents.International players' union Fif Pro and anti-racism body Kick It Out both criticised Hategan for failing to stop the match, with the latter's chairman, Lord Ouseley, saying: 'The referee should not be refereeing again.'He failed to do his duty last night and that is a clear issue that UEFA should be dealing with.' UEFA cleared Hategan of blame despite him not following the governing body's own procedures and CSKA Moscow's ground was partially closed for the following season's Champions League matches.