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August 26, 2016

Getty images -- The displacement of Britons in their own nation continues as the number of babies born to foreign mothers reached a record high. 

27.5 per cent of babies born last year had a non-UK born mother.

Some believe birthright citizenship is an objective of globalists, even in nations where babies born with a given country do not attain citizenship by right of birth. The presumption is the children will eventually obtain citizenship in the nations. 

Official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show 27.5 per cent of babies born last year had a non-UK born mother.

An astonishing 76 per cent of babies in Newham, east London had mothers originating from outside the country, compared to just 11 per cent in the North East.

ONS spokeswoman Elizabeth McLaren said: "Foreign born women make up an increasing share of the female population of childbearing age in England and Wales.

"Migrants are more likely to be working-age adults rather than children or older people.

"Alongside their increasing share of the population, higher fertility among women born outside the UK has also had an impact."

Polish-born mothers registered more than 22,900 babies, and were followed by Pakistan and India-born women as the highest from outside the UK

Births to UK-born women decreased by 0.4 per cent, according to the ONS.

The revelation came as figures showed net long-term migration remains close to record levels and more than three times the Government's target.

The measure stood at an estimated 327,000 in the year ending in March, despite repeated Tory pledges to slash it to below 100,000.

Ukip MEP Mike Hookem told "This small drop is nowhere near the reduction to the tens of thousands promised by the Tories.

"Theresa May needs to enact Article 50 quickly so we can have a points-based system brought in."

And Sunder Katwala, director of think-tank British Future, said: "It's no surprise the public has lost confidence in the Government's competence on immigration."

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