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A record one third of all babies born in the England last year had at least one foreign-born parent – as sky-high immigration fuels a population boom.
Staggering figures revealed that in some parts of London nearly 9 in 10 newborns had a Mom or Dad from overseas.
In the borough of Newham, 5,378 or 86 per cent of kids had at least one foreign born parent in 2015.
The total of 33 per cent for England and Wales compares with just 21 per cent in 2000.
Alp Mehmet, vice chair of Migration Watch, said: “These figures make clear yet again, that rapid population growth continues to be driven by immigration.
“Over the next few years immigration will move increasingly towards being the sole reason for the capital’s burgeoning population, which has serious implications for public services such as maternity and GP practices, as well as primary school places in due course.
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