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Blessed Britain?

Shannon Roberts | 10 August 2013

Figures released by the Office for National Statistics on Thursday suggest that the United Kingdom is outdoing its European neighbours in the quest to maintain its population base.


Portugal – Another European Demographic Disaster Story

Marcus Roberts | 28 June 2013

Portugal birthrate has dropped significantly in the last few years.


Immigration to outstrip births in the USA

Marcus Roberts | 20 June 2013

Immigration to the USA is set to overtake the natural growth there in the next couple of decades.


USA’s Population Crisis: Hogwash?

Marcus Roberts | 24 April 2013

A recent opinion piece in the NYTimes tries to tell us that the USA has no fertility crisis.

 
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