London's Population to Surpass 10 Million in Ten Years Due to Mass Immigration
London's populations stand at 9.1 million but will soar to over 10 million in a decade
The population of London is set to surpass 10 million for the first time in history by 2029 due to net migration as the driving cause, according to new statistics.
Office for National Statistics (ONS) released the sobering figures which revealed the findings.
Currently, London's populations stand at 9.1 million but will soar to over 10 million in a decade, with the population reaching nearly 11 million by 2041.
The dramatic increase in population, which will no doubt put massive strains on services in the UK, is due to massive numbers of international migration to the city, which estimates 172,000 migrants currently arriving each year.
But there are also other cities in the UK face enormous populations growths due to immigration, according to government figures.
Manchester is now seeing an average of 22,000 international migrants each year.
Across all of England, the populations are due to rise from 56.5 million this year to almost 64 million by 2041.
The figures are mainly due to the massive influx of 450,000 international migrants every year, with an annual migration of over 200,000.
The figures come as new research this week of 10,000 people by center-right think tank ‘Onward’ revealed that people across the board wanted t reductions in immigration.
This even includes 18-24-year-olds, Asians living in Britain, and people who voted to remain in the European Union.
The point of no return
Last year, European Union chief and Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt vowed that the UK would never be allowed to control its borders, claiming that a system based on choosing "skilled people" to come into the country is “discrimination."
Verhofstadt attacked senior members of the Tory Party before rejecting proposals from leadership favorite Boris Johnso.
Verhofstadt then claimed that “enough mess has been created” by Brexit already, adding “let’s stop it”,” before criticizing the actions of the Conservative Party.