Two-thirds of London babies born to foreign parents

From The Telegraph:

 Two-thirds of babies born in London have at least one foreign parent, official figures show.

Baby-boom nation as births reach highest level for 36 years

Britain is in the midst of the biggest baby boom for almost 40 years Photo: GETTY
Martin Beckford

By , 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.

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3 Replies to “Two-thirds of London babies born to foreign parents”

  1. True european workers work to live, others have babies to live by the taxes from true europeans, birth control is the only solution for balancing.

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