Politics and Society

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The growth and prosperity of country mainly depends on its population trends. Depending on its size and type of population, respective governments have to make amendments in their policy and other issues. The United Kingdom is not an exception to these phenomena as it is one of the most urbanized nations on this planet…

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And moreover the world is getting smaller with its boundaries virtually erased in the name of globalization. Migration is taking place on large extent legally and illegally. This further increases the rate of population and the responsibility of host country to provide the migrated population with all the basic amenities. According to Census 2001, the United Kingdom had a total population of 58,789,194, further increased to 59.5 million in 2003, 18% increase from 50.3 million in 1950 and 3.2% increase from 1993 to 2003.1 Such trends in population growth compel the authorities to change the policies and type of services and schemes for the welfare and development of society.
The Office of National Statistics hinted that England is prepared to be the Europe's most crowded place and population of UK increasing at the rate of almost 33% in the next 50 years. Based on this predictions, it is presumed that population density will increase from 1,010 persons per square mile to 1,349 persons per square mile.2 The United Kingdom's population is increasing at brisk pace and it is estimated to be touching over 83 million3 by the end of 2081 which is almost 45% increase from 58 million in the year 2001. ...
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