Dominic Sandbrook
October 2012
Daily Mail;10/27/2012, p32
THE population of Britain will rocket to nearly 80 million by 2050 � an increase of a third � according to an authoritative new projection by the Population Reference Bureau. It's a chilling prospect and has sparked renewed debate about mass immigration.


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