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Old 08-14-2017, 09:58 AM
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The Casey Review makes fascinating reading.

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1.15. There were an estimated 65.1 million people living in the United Kingdom in
June 2015, with the population having risen by 4.1 million between 2001 and 2011.
More than half of this growth was due to immigration. Some key trends stand out
over that decade:

...

We are increasingly ethnically diverse. Although eight out of ten of us identified
ourselves as White British in the 2011 Census, the White British population
reduced by 0.4 million people, while all other ethnic minority groups grew - with
the largest numerical growth among ‘other’ White (most notably Polish, up by
0.5 million) and Asian (most notably Indian and Pakistani, each increasing by
0.4 million) ethnic groups.
White British population is decreasing the total population rose by 4.1 million between 2001 and 2011 so... 4.5 million non-White British increase.
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1.18. Britain is an increasingly diverse nation with a long history of immigration but it
has changed dramatically in recent years. By 2011, 13% of us were foreign born
and nearly 20% of us identified ourselves as belonging to ethnic minorities
(compared with 9% and 12% respectively a decade earlier).
20% identify as an ethnic minorities and it's increasing.
Based on an analysis of current trends in the 25 European countries for which data are available, Muslim women today will have an average of 2.2 children each, compared with an estimated average of 1.5 children each for non-Muslim women in Europe.
1.5 children is unsustainable population-wise right?


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