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milanbenes
19th November 2009, 11:08
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1229113/Britains-soaring-population-course-hit-74million.html

Britain's population may grow to 74million over the next 20 years, according to official estimates.
The Office for National Statistics said that if immigration continues at high levels the population will swell by more than a fifth - some 12million - in two decades.




you lot are sorteeed, just squeeze up a bit lol

Milan.

DimPrawn
19th November 2009, 11:15
Gotta love New Labour.

Mich the Tester
19th November 2009, 11:17
Britain's population may grow to 74million over the next 20 years, according to official estimates.
You'll need a lot of motorway bridges to shelter that lot.

BrilloPad
19th November 2009, 11:19
That should create a few BNP voters.

Sysman
19th November 2009, 11:30
you lot are sorteeed, just squeeze up a bit lol


You can get a lot per acre when they are all sitting on benches.

milanbenes
19th November 2009, 12:50
i don't understand why you lot are so quiet on this subject

I guess there are two sides,


one side, yes the place will be fecked by such a huge population on a small island

but on the otherside,

it can only be good for house prices, and as house prices are everybody's security of last hope then that's why everyone keeps quiet

QED

Milan.

Moscow Mule
19th November 2009, 13:02
i don't understand why you lot are so quiet on this subject

I guess there are two sides,


one side, yes the place will be fliped by such a huge population on a small island

but on the otherside,

it can only be good for house prices, and as house prices are everybody's security of last hope then that's why everyone keeps quiet

QED

Milan.

Not really. There are huge swathes of the country that are not yet urbanised - the whole of Wales for instance. Simply concreting over these areas will provide all of the land requirements for future generations.

Love And XXXX Gordon Brown.

Pondlife
19th November 2009, 13:06
Not really. There are huge swathes of the country that are not yet urbanised - the whole of Wales for instance. Simply concreting over these areas will provide all of the land requirements for future generations.

Love And XXXX Gordon Brown.

Sheep don't eat concrete and so who will want to live here if there are no recreational pursuits?

Back to the drawing board I'm afraid.

Moscow Mule
19th November 2009, 13:23
who will want to live here if there are no recreational pursuits?

.

Immigrants, obviously.

hyperD
19th November 2009, 15:01
"Economic migrants", obviously.

We probably have over 74 million already - the gummint are desperately trying to force through plans to build all over the green belt in those nasty Tory strongholds in Surrey.

When faced with strong local opposition from locals and councils, simply bring in the Government Planning Inspectorate and bulldoze the EU driven policy through, under a lame excuse such as "it's better if we keep an eye on these developers as a test case, than ignore them".