Damien Thompson, Daily Telegraph, has a post, one which I recommend you read!
"In 2010, a quarter of births were to mothers born outside the UK, according to the ONS. The same set of statistics also showed that immigration added 239,000 to our population – a number which proves that this Government has no more control over our borders than the last one."
"More than half of all babies born in the capital in 2010 were to foreign mothers; in the borough of Newham more than three quarters of all new mothers were born abroad."
"Another statistic that jumps out of the ONS findings relates to Poles. In 2001, there were 896 babies born to Polish mothers in England and Wales; in 2010, there were 19,762. Meanwhile, births to Middle Eastern, African and Asian mothers amounted to 14.7 per cent – that’s twice the proportion of non-British European mothers. Add that 14.7 per cent to children born to non-white British mothers and within a few years, a quarter of young Britons will be black, Asian or of mixed race. In the capital, the total will be well over 50 per cent."
And the UK doesn't have an immigration problem? Oh, happy days*
We can but hope that someone will arise and put a stop to this madness which is being inflicted upon our once proud land by our political elite. Whilst on the subject of hope: remember, at the end, in The Shawshank Redemption where Red has found the box left for him by Andy and reads a letter from the latter? "Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things - and good things never die".
I leave the last word to Damien Thompson:
"Alas, as the riots proved, we don’t have a clue how to police this emerging landscape – and, let’s face it, with Theresa May as Home Secretary, Ken Clarke as “Justice Secretary” and the ultra-wimpish Liberal Democrats as Coalition partners, we’re not about to find out."
* Seems a good cue for a song: