Monday, 23rd December 2013
Migrants in the UK: An Overview
Source: Migration Observatory (UK)
Between 1993 and 2012 the foreign-born population in the UK almost doubled from 3.8 million to around 7.7 million. During the same period, the number of foreign citizens in the UK increased from nearly 2 million to 4.9 million.
London has the greatest number of migrants (2.8 million foreign-born people in 2012) among all regions with comparable data in the UK.
In 2012, the UK population was 11.4% foreign-born (up from 7% in 1993) and 7.2% foreign citizens (up from 4% in 1993).
Foreign-born people constituted 40% of Inner London’s population in 2012 (the highest share among all regions with comparable data).
India is the most common country of birth among the foreign-born, but Poland tops the list of foreign citizens in the UK.
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