Two-thirds of babies born in London have at least one foreign parent, official figures show.
By Martin Beckford, Home Affairs Editor
7:00AM GMT 22 Feb 2012
In some inner-city areas more than three-quarters of infants are now being born into immigrant families.
However British-born parents are still in the majority in a handful of suburban boroughs.
Campaigners say the figures, disclosed by the Office for National Statistics in a parliamentary written answer, make an integrated society more difficult to achieve.