Migrants set to be majority in capital

May 2013
Evening Standard;5/20/2013, p20
FOREIGNERS living in London could outnumber British-born residents within 20 years, a survey says. In the past 10 years Londoners born overseas have risen by 54 per cent, against a 1 per cent fall in those born here. The trend suggests there will be 7.11 million foreigners and 5.07 million Britons in the capital by 2031.


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