It's not in the millions. The other guy said he hoped it was in the thousands and was told that it is, and you're telling me that we don't want it to be in the millions and... it isn't. So, um, that's good, right? Firstly, I really have to take issue with your notion that "we" will end up in a minority. Secondly, I'm still waiting to be shown that migration is a bad thing. You're talking about some terrible change that is going to occur, but you aren't showing how or where or when or why it will occur. If you're worried about "us" being outnumber, maybe natives should have some babies... Except falling birth rates are totally expected in populations like ours. We need increasing populations to prop up our pension schemes, our health service and our aging population. Either "we" have babies, which you can hardly mandate, or you live with migration. If the migrants weren't coming, then our population would be shrinking and we'd be dying out anyway. So you either have your hypothetical minority long-ancestry population or you have a hypothetical declining population. How is the latter preferable to the forum? I am criticising the article. It doesn't say anything conclusive beyond providing a whole bunch of not very exciting statistics. More Romanians and Bulgarians came than someone thought. Um... so what? Then midway through the article you get this: Weasel words. Nothing of substance, just lots of speculation. It doesn't mean anything. I particularly like the nebulous appeal to authority in the last line. We haven't been able to domestically feed our population for decades, long before recent mass immigration. Environmental degradation is a problem worldwide due to our appalling track record across the board, immigration isn't exactly making the difference there. We're not overcrowded and - tied to the next point - we could have housing stock if anyone bothered to build any. Racial/religious/cultural tensions, sure, but a bit more tolerance from our lot certainly wouldn't hurt. Can you show me evidence of depressed wages? So do the overwhelming majority of countries. That's hardly an excuse, but don't think we're alone on this one.