Britain’s maternity units are struggling to cope with the relentless pressure brought about by the immigrant-fuelled baby boom that now means that one baby is born here every 40 seconds.
More than 80% of babies born in Ealing Hospital, West London, have a foreign mother, new figures have revealed. Of the 3,289 children born at the NHS hospital in the past year, a remarkable 2,655 were to foreign nationals.
Yet another broken promise has been added to the growing list of abandoned Tory election pledges in the form of increased subsidies to the midwife profession, which has come under intense pressure due to the sustained immigrant invasion-driven rise in births.
Polygamous Muslim marriages — recognised as legal under British immigration law — cost the taxpayer a minimum of £5 million every year. Even that figure is two years out of date.