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Net Migration Up 50% On Previous Year!

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...my guess is it will be 6 to a room :)


Ceefax article:

An est. 223,000 more people came to the UK in 2004 than left to live overseas the ONS has said.

The figure up 72000 on the previous year - was the highest net migration since the present estimation method began in 1991, the ONS said.

The rise was despite the highest-ever level of Brits leaving for a new life abroad - an est. 120,000!!


In the long term though could all this net migration keep prices high??

What is needed is an economic crash to shake down the system! What we may get is a worldwide economic crash based on cheap credit.

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Those who think net migration at these levels (nearly 1m every 4 years) has no impact on the housing market are frankly deluded.

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