From the Daily Mail's website this morning. It seems to get worse by the day:
SUE REID from the Albanian town where almost all men have left for UKSUE REID: A remote pot-holed town in the Albanian hills has lost so many migrants to England that its streets are now virtually empty of young men.www.dailymail.co.uk
The mayor has four brothers who live in Leicester. He prays that his own three children, two girls and a boy aged between ten and 20, will not leave Has too.
No surprises there then...
International migration, England and Wales - Office for National Statistics
International migration, including country of birth, passports held and year of arrival, Census 2021 data.
Of the top 20 LAs [local authorities] with the highest proportion of non-UK born residents, 18 were in London. The areas with the highest proportions were Brent (56.1%), Westminster (55.6%) and Kensington and Chelsea (53.9%). The only non-London LAs in the top 20 were Slough (44.0%) and Leicester (41.1%), and the Welsh LA with the highest proportion was Cardiff (16.5%). In contrast, the LAs with the lowest proportion of non-UK born residents were the Staffordshire Moorlands (2.6%) and Caerphilly (2.9%).
As indicated by previous poster, numbers are likely much higher. I even found this article dated 2010 from the Guardian:
Here, everyone is a minority
Some time in the next five years Leicester will become the first English city where everyone is a member of some ethnic or religious minority. The schools are already there. By 2007, only 44% of pupils across the city were ethnically white. By 2015 at the latest, the adult population will be less than half white. Of course there are parts of every city in England where white people are a minority, but they are only parts. In Leicester this is the situation in the city as a whole. An enormous transformation is under way, and no one outside seems to have noticed. But does this make the city a model for our future? Or is it a proof that mass immigration brings unmanageable strains?
Imagine what it's like in 2022.