One quarter of births in Britain are to immigrant mothers
From the Daily Mail
Quarter of Britain’s babies are born to foreign mothers—and this is where they all come from
* Most mothers came from Poland, India and Pakistan, figures reveal
* A total of 184,000 children born in these circumstances in NHS hospitals
* The overall 25.5 percent rate is the highest since records began in 1969
* In London in 2011 56.7 percent of new mums were originally from outside the UK
* Newham in London has a rate of 77 percent of foreign mothers
* The lowest levels were in the north-east of England
* Net migration is still at more than 200,000, much higher than the 2015 target of under 100,000
A reader in England, who sent the story, notes:
Soon it will be over 50 percent.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at September 01, 2012 12:52 PM | Send
And the British do not have the desire to stop it.