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Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Britain: A Nation of Muds Controlled by Jews

Ethnic minorities 'will make up one third of the population by 2050' as Britain's melting pot continues to grow [according to (doctored) official figures in actual fact it's a lot worse than portrayed in this article]


Britain's black and ethnic minority communities could account for almost a third of the population by 2050, according to a report published today. The number of people from minority groups could as much as double by then, it says.

One in four children under the age of ten in the UK is already from a minority group and over the next few decades the proportion will soar, according to think-tank Policy Exchange.

Currently, eight million people, or 14 per cent of the UK population, are from ethnic minorities. But they now account for 80 per cent of population growth, while the white population remains constant.

Experts predict that as a result, by the middle of the century between 20 per cent and 30 per cent of the population – up to 16million people – will be from a minority community, the report says.

Ethnic minority communities predominantly live in three main cities, with 50 per cent living in London, Manchester and Birmingham alone. They are seven times more likely to live in an urban area than someone who is white.

But over time, ethnic minorities will move out of deprived inner city areas and into suburbs and surrounding towns, echoing the way that white groups migrated in the past with the growth of the middle classes, the report predicts.

Ethnicities are increasingly mixing: one in eight multi-person households contains people from more than one ethnic group.

The report draws on survey, census, academic and polling data to build up a comprehensive picture of the five largest black and minority ethnic (BME) groups in the UK – Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Black African and Black Caribbean.



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