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Within the last eighteen months the house of Commons issued information based

on UK and EU statistical agencies data revealing that England had become the

most densely packed and overcrowded major country in Europe and second only to Malta.


It has also provided information that the number of people living in a square meter

in England equated to 374 in 1997 rising to 411 in 2014 and projected to rise 433 in

2020 and 460 in 2030—the projected figures for Germany and France indicated

numbers at less than 50% of the England figures.


Immigration, we are told, has brought some benefits to the UK economy. However, the

research raised concerns as to how the UK’s infrastructure would cope in the future with

increased pressure on schooling, roads, the NHS, housing, public services, jobs and wages.


It would seem that now more than ever before if the UK infrastructure concerns are to be

addressed then it will be necessary to exercise stricter restrictive immigration controls.

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411 People living in a square metre???

I challenge anyone to beat that 😁

Must mean square mile or km...

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