A parliamentary answer delivered on 22 November 2016 to Sir Nicholas Soames’ question on the proportion of births in London to foreign born parents revealed that the percentage of births in London in 2015 where either one or both parents were foreign born was 69%. Almost half of all births in London in 2015 were […]
A parliamentary answer delivered by Health Minister Ben Gummer to Sir Nicholas Soames on 11th March shows that there was a cut in nurse training places up until 2013 which has now been reversed (see link). Another parliamentary answer, also delivered by Mr Gummer on 11th March, shows the number of medical trainees who entered or were projected to […]
A review of the legal and policy framework is now essential if the EU is to cope with the huge number of migrants and asylum seekers flowing into Southern Europe. That is the conclusion of a report issued today by Migration Watch UK. Almost 1.3 million applications for asylum were lodged in the EU […]
This past week has seen growing confusion, indeed, chaos as the EU struggles to tackle the huge flow of migrants and asylum seekers that has continued even in the winter months. The spectre of compulsory quotas of asylum seekers has raised its head once again, albeit vigorously opposed by the East Europeans. Fortunately the UK […]
Sir Nicholas and Frank Field are Co-Chairmen of the Cross-Party Group on Balanced Migration. Oral Questions Home Department Monday 11th January, 2016 Sir Nicholas Soames (Mid Sussex) (Con): Would my right hon. Friend reconsider the question of ID cards, not only in respect of immigration and the introduction of many digital services for all our […]
We must put the security of our realm at centre stage and look again at Labour’s identity card scheme By Frank Field MP and Nicholas Soames MP The biggest mistake of the coalition government was to scrap Labour’s identity card scheme just as it was nearing fruition. Now, in the aftermath of Paris, the security […]
Between 1997 and 2010 nearly four million migrants came to the UK while one million British citizens emigrated.
England along with Holland is now the most crowded country in Europe. Excluding small islands and city states we are the sixth most crowded country in the World.
According to official projections, immigration at current levels will add about 7 million to the population of England by 2027 - equivalent to 7 cities the size of Birmingham. Just over two thirds of this increase will be due to immigration.
According to the government's household projections, a new home for immigrants will need to be built every seven minutes for the next 20 years or so.
In the last decade only around one third of net migration came from the European Union - the rest originated from countries outside the EU.