chilling new figures have shown.
Statistics from the Office for National Statistics revealed that in 2008 24% of births - nearly a third - were to non-British women from far-off lands where they do things differently to us.
The enormous 1% year-on-year rise in the percentage of foreigners popping out little immigrant children has been blamed for pushing the overall UK birth rate to a 36 year high; 708,708 live births were recorded last year, the seventh consecutive annual increase since 2001 and the highest since 1972, when 725,440 career-ending mistakes were born.
The catostrophic increase in immigrant birth rates has led to fears that non-foreign babies may outnumber nice English scamps by 2085. If the current yearly percentage increase in births to mothers not of British origin were to continue, 100% of babies would be foreigners within 76 years.
Inexplicably, Migrationwatch has not as yet commented on the statistics.
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