How Many More People Can Our Small Island Take? As Population Heads Towards 70 Million Has The Penny Dropped For Labour?

By Sir Andrew Green, Chairman, Migration Watch UK.

The issues around immigration are steadily becoming clearer as successive government smoke screens are blown away by the cool wind of logic.

New immigration figures being published by the Government today will confirm that very high levels of immigration are continuing at about 200,000 a year.

In recent weeks, the penny has finally dropped in government circles that immigration is having a huge impact on our population. This is not a matter of speculation.

Getting too crowded? The UK population is on course to hit 70 million unless effective measures are taken

The Government’s own projections show that the UK population will reach 70 million in 20 years’time.

To read the full text of this article see Press Articles on Migration Watch UK’s web site.

19th November 2008 - Balanced Migration, Cross Party Group, Employment, Migration Trends, Population, Visas/Work Permits

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