Now consider one million more reasons why British atheism is doomed.
Migrants to Britain often come from poor and religious regions of the world such as Africa and the Middle East.
Britain's newspaper the Daily Express just just reported:
BRITAIN is home to at least 1.1m illegal immigrants who may never be deported, it was revealed today.
Latest figures suggest that for every person caught trying to sneak into the UK illegally, 130 have already made it.
A Daily Express investigation revealed 84,088 people were caught trying to slip across the border last year, equivalent to 230 a day or one every six minutes.
Yet Migration Watch think 1.1m was a "plausible estimate" of the number in Britain who had managed to sneak in, adding "there is every likelihood the number could now be considerably higher".A fresh row over the UK's porous borders erupted after former Border Agency chief Rob Whiteman warned not enough attention was being paid to the number of non-EU migrants working here without permission....The government does not have the resources or political levers to deport hundreds of thousands of people."..."We have insufficient naval resources to protect our coastline with MPs reporting the 'worryingly low number of boats' but this is not news: the Royal Navy would be in administration had it been a public company."By cutting Border Force numbers and the massive under funding of the military the UK government, along with the EU, has made people trafficking a very profitable and quite easy business."And when there are large numbers in the UK the government's response is to roll over and declare an amnesty - so I can't see anything changing in the near future."
Immigrants have more children
The Daily Express also reports::
The UK is now home to more families containing four or more children than at any time since the early 1970s.
The average Afghan-born woman living in the UK has 4.25 children and the average Somali-born woman has 4.19 children.
The average for Pakistani women is 3.82. UK-born women have an average of 1.79 children, according to the data from European statistics agency Eurostat.
That compares with 2.19 for women living in the UK who were born in one of the 12 eastern European states, and 1.52 for women born in western European countries...
Ann Buchanan, professor of social work at Oxford University, said the growing number of large families is driven by rising levels of immigration.
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