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    1/4 of Australia, 1/8 of US and German Population are Immigrants

    http://www.kuna.net.kw/newsagenciesp...=en&id=1869550

    According to the Labour Force Survey, by 2007, 12.5 percent of the UK's working age population was born abroad, up from around eight percent in 1995.
    There are now 4.3 million adults of working age in the UK who were born abroad.
    Britain is still "middle-ranking" in terms of its share of immigrants in the total population (9.3 percent), lower than Australia (23.6 percent), France (10 percent), Germany (13 percent) and the United States (12.8 percent), the report said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwordOfTheVistula View Post
    http://www.kuna.net.kw/newsagenciesp...=en&id=1869550

    According to the Labour Force Survey, by 2007, 12.5 percent of the UK's working age population was born abroad, up from around eight percent in 1995.
    There are now 4.3 million adults of working age in the UK who were born abroad.
    Britain is still "middle-ranking" in terms of its share of immigrants in the total population (9.3 percent), lower than Australia (23.6 percent), France (10 percent), Germany (13 percent) and the United States (12.8 percent), the report said.
    One can be "foreign born" and be from England. Looking at the foreign born figures alone can be misleading. America despite its 12.8 percent foreign born work force population is easily the most Diverse out of the lot. Germany I don't think is that Diverse from what I have heard they have some Turks but that's it, nothing even triffling compared to America or the UK in terms of sheer number of Non-Whtie Immigrants.

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    Actually, 20% of our population have atleast one foreign parent according to statistics from last year.
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