Friday, 18 December 2015

Tucked away at the end of this BBC report is a key figure that should give us all cause to pause and think.

'A total of 641,000 people moved to the UK in 2014, the Office for National Statistics said.'
The BBC headline might be 'Immigration cap having counter-productive effect, MPs say' and the figure quoted might be the NET immigration figure of 300k+ but for me the more important facts are that immigration hit 641,000 and thus that approximately 300,000 Brits left the UK. 

Doesn't that sound like population replacement on a massive scale to you?

To put that 641,000 figure in context, that's more than the population of Bristol which is the UK's fifth largest city.

Here's that BBC report in full...

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