I have so many issues with this, I don't know where to start. Let's take the headline:
"How 30,000 Romanians have been arrested in the UK for violence and sex crimes in 5 years"
Reading further in, the 30,000 is actually 27725 (8% fewer than the headline). And the "for violence and sex crimes" is completely misleading, as the figure relates to all arrests. This is probably the biggest problem here - the headline implies that there are 30,000 Romanian rapiss in the country, when in fact, the figure is nearer 900 arrests for rape and sex crime.
There's also a cynical bit of statistical manipulation going on here:
Since 2008 27,725 Romanian citizens have been held for serious offences in London.
Which ignores the fact that those 27725 will not all be different people. Nor do they take into account the fact that not all arrests lead to convictions.
I also despise the cynical way in which Romanians are the focus of the article, when it's not even the "top" country for arrests. This, I can only imagine, is to stir up more hatred. Why not focus on Poland? Or is it because "they" have already had freedom of movement for years, and that ship has sailed.
In short, it's a huge, xenophobic lie.