Data suggests Britain will overtake France in terms of population by 2025 if current levels of migration in both countries continue, the daily i reported on Friday.
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Earlier in the day, the British Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that the balance MigrationThat means the difference between the number of long-term arrivals and those leaving the country will reach 606,000 in 2022, the highest level since the end of World War II.
As the “i” writes, the population gap between Great Britain and France It has been declining for decades, but France remains the second most populous country in Europe – including Russia and Turkey, most of which are in Asia. The population of Great Britain already exceeds that of metropolitan France, i.e. its European part, and France’s population advantage is determined by its overseas territories, Reunion, Guadeloupe, or French Guiana.have the same legal status as the rest of the country. The total population of these 13 territories is 2.8 million people.
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The last comparable data from mid-2021 shows the total population England 67,026,292 people and France 67,710,000 people. Both England and France have similar birth rates.That is the difference between the number of births and the number of deaths, but the migration stock in Great Britain is reaching record levels, in France the local statistics office estimates 161,000.
This means that, as the “i” indicates, if these trends continue, Britain will overtake France in terms of population within two years. The most populous country in Europe – apart from Russia and Turkey – remains Germany, with a population of 83.1 million in mid-2021.
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