The British National Party’s warnings that unchecked mass immigration would destroy the fabric of British society is coming true faster than even the most dedicated multi-culturalists would have hoped, as news emerges that we are no officially the most crowded country in Europe.
The latest employment figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have provided conclusive evidence that immigration has harmed job prospects for British people and that around 80 percent of new jobs have gone to immigrants.
New National Health Service figures about the number of immigrant-origin live births — which are an underestimate of the actual numbers — indicate that Third World immigrant births will be an outright majority of all babies born in Britain by the year 2030.
The number of “asylum seekers” entering the European Union — and then having access to soft touch Britain — rose by eight percent in 2009, an EU data source said this week as the French government announced sweeping new measures to try and halt rampant immigrant crime.
Further evidence of the threat to Britain’s First World status has come with new projections which show that Britain’s population will increase by 24 percent within the next 40 years, mainly due to increased fertility levels amongst immigrants.
The spiralling birth rate of Third World immigrants already in Britain remains one of the single greatest threats to this nation’s continued existence as a majority First World nation, new figures from the Communities Department have shown.
A European Union directive which guarantees “refugees” the right to work if they manage to stay in any member state for 12 months has been used to force Britain to accept even failed asylum seekers as residents.
At least 60 percent of all new babies in Britain in 2009 were born to non-indigenous recent arrival immigrant mothers or to second or third generation immigrant parents, a BNP News analysis of birth rates and population statistics has shown.
Independent think tank Migrationwatch has proven untrue recent claims by business “leaders” that a halt to immigration will raise taxes and cut growth — and has inadvertently made the case for a complete halt to immigration, as proposed by the British National Party.
New figures from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, have shown how the illegal and immoral wars waged by the Labour/Tory regime have caused a massive increase in 'asylum seekers' from Iraq and Afghanistan.