Data from the Office for National Statistics yesterday showed that non-UK born citizens living in Britain rose by 3 per cent to 9.4 million; the non-British population increased by 4 per cent to 6.2 million. Poland is the most common place of birth for those living here, and Romanians were the fastest expanding nationals in this segment. Five London boroughs have the highest concentration of non-UK born people, city-wide it accounts for 24 per cent of non-British nationals and 38 per cent of non-UK born citizens.
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