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    UK Churn: We're Outta Here
    Immigration; Posted on: 2007-08-25 00:08:37 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    196,000 out, 574,000 in: Record numbers leaving Britain for new life abroad - as immigration to UK soars

    UK Citizens Abandoning the UK in Greater Numbers


    A record number of British citizens are leaving the country, according to official figures published yesterday.

    An unprecedented 196,000 left the country last year, with Australia, Spain, America, New Zealand and France the most popular destinations for those seeking a new life.

    The exodus is countered by high levels of immigration, with the Office for National Statistics saying that 574,000 people came to live in Britain between June 2005 and 2006.

    Overall, the population has risen by 349,000 to more than 60 million. The news came as it was revealed that hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers will be granted an 'amnesty' to live in Britain on human rights grounds.

    Many have been waiting years to have their cases processed, meaning deporting them now would breach their right to a family life.

    The ONS figures also showed the numbers arriving from Eastern Europe are still close to the boom levels seen after eight countries including Poland joined the European Union in the spring of 2004.

    The new figures also suggested that middle-class Britons are beginning to move out of towns in southern England that are home to large numbers of immigrants.

    This phenomenon - called 'churn' by Whitehall officials and 'middleclass flight' by other commentators - saw 240,000 people move out of London last year.

    Independent experts said the high emigration figures showed that many Britons are fed up with life here and believe they will do better elsewhere.

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    As a rough comparison, at the height of a declared war (Word War 2) "only" about 177,000 people made use of shelters in London-area Tube stations at the very height of "the Blitz," German aerial bomb attacks on civilian targets, and this was only for a comparatively short period. What we have today is literally a racial cleansing under cover of formal peace. Those leaving are overwhelmingly white, successful, and are very unlikely to ever come back.
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    News Source: dailymail.co.uk


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