If you read this article it states 250,000 Brits left our shores in 2006 and then states 591,000 foreigners poured-in in 2006 rising to 620,000 in 2007 clearly we know its getting worse plus all the illegal's as well so if you only have half a brain in ten years at that level there will be 2.5million less Brits and over 6million additional foreigners arrived plus the addition children they produce. Of course we have Trevor Phillips to look after their welfare.
Dame Shirley Bassey DBE
684 quit Britain every day
Record number escaping UK's immigration, high taxes and crime

By Kevin Widdop, 01/08/2008

BRITONS are leaving the country in record numbers-thanks to spiralling levels of IMMIGRATION, CRIME and TAX.
Government figures set to be released later this year will show that an astonishing 250,000 people fled Britain in 2007.

That's 684 A DAY-or ONE every TWO MINUTES.

And it's a massive 21 PER CENT increase on the 207,000 who went in 2006-and up nearly 70 PER CENT from the 149,000 who left in 1997.

Now experts expect this year's total to be even higher as hard-pressed families seek a new life in the sun-with Australia, New Zealand, France and Spain the top destinations.

Meanwhile, huge numbers of foreigners are pouring INTO the UK, with 591,000 settling here in 2006.

And there has been a 90 PER CENT increase in immigration over the past ten years-from 327,000 in 1997 to an estimated 620,000 last year. Emigration expert Paul Arthur believes the numbers leaving will continue to rise.

He said: "We have had record enquiries about emigration over this winter, with people not just wanting to escape the bleak weather, but seeking a whole change of lifestyle.

"Many are unhappy with the levels of crime, high taxes and the general way of life. Overseas there are more career opportunities, particularly in Australia and New Zealand which have huge shortfalls in skilled labour."

Typical of those leaving are plasterer Damian Barrett and wife Alison.

The couiple, both 37, who are emigrating from Bolton-le-Sands, Lancs, with kids Holly, eight, and Joseph, six, to Auckland, New Zealand.

Alison said: "We're tired of Britain, with its unfair tax system, crime, and live-to-work ethic. There are also too many foreigners coming in and using up all our resources. We want a better life."

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