The Times, in January 2006.
A spokeswoman for the Commission for Racial Equality said: "Migrant and ethnic minority populations are still below 10 per cent".
Only until the native oldies have died, nursed by an NHS workforce 40% non-native (a Good Thing, don't forget).
From BBC News :
One in eight pupils at primary schools in England speaks English as a second language, official statistics show.
The figures also show the number of primary pupils classified as coming from minority ethnic groups increased from 19.3% in 2005 to 20.6% in 2006.
A similar trend was noted in secondary schools - 15.9% of pupils in 2005 were from minority ethnic groups, increasing to 16.8% in 2006.
I'll check out the DFES figures when I find them on their website - for some reason you have to search hard to find them.