I blogged a while back about the fact that one-fifth of babies born in England have foreign-born mothers.
Migrationwatch have done a bit more digging. Two-thirds of those babies have foreign-born fathers.
It could well be that a third of primary school children in England are now of non-Native British extraction. Only the Department for Education and Skills know (all State schools keep records of the children's ethnicity - just like South Africa used to) and they won't say, not answering my request for the information.
By the photo on their website the ratio might be 50% - with none of the hated white males in England at all.
Half of these mothers came from the Indian subcontinent or Africa. Civitas wonder what the implications of these figures are for gender equality.
It's OK though. As the Times reports :
But a spokeswoman for the Commission for Racial Equality said: "Migrant and ethnic minority populations are still below 10 per cent".
For the moment. Until all those hideous white oldies have died.
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