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  Great Britain. Family is shrinking and is expected later.

Statistical family in England and Wales is getting smaller - according to comparative data from the National Bureau of Statistics (ONS) on fertility of women born in 1964 and 1937 By 2009, women who were born in 1964, and thus counting for 45 years, had an average of 1.9 children. On their mother at the same stage of life there were 2.4 children. The younger generation has increased the number of women without children. 21 percent. women born in 1964, no children, compared to 12 percent. women born 27 years earlier.

This is the highest level of childlessness since the early 20s Twentieth century, when many women have a presumption of the family born in the 40s, were it not that in spite of the plans faced a war. A group of women born in 1964 was chosen because it was considered that the age of 46 completed the cycle of reproduction. On the other hand, women born in 1937, included in the study due to the fact that in 1964 took 27 years, exactly what was the average age of women giving birth to the first child.

A typical family for both groups of women is a family with two children. However, while in 1964 one in five women born in 1937 had four or more children, then in 2009 for women born in 1964 was one in ten.
Another change is captured in studies that women born in the 60s and 70 have fewer children before 30 age than women in previous generations, because delaying marriage until later, until to form a professional position. The average age of women giving birth to their first child is now 29.4 years and fathers got men - 32.4 years, yet in 1979 it was 29.8 years.

From previous ONS data, published earlier this year., That the birth rate in England and Wales for the last year decreased for the first time since 8 years. For statistical Wales Englishwoman and accounted for 1.96 child. Fertility rates in England and Wales is stable, despite the social and economic changes and poorly developed family policy, for example, compared with Germany, France and Scandinavian countries.

Lecturer in social policy at the London School of Econmics Wendy Sigle-Rushton told the BBC that the level of fertility was maintained, "contrary to government policy, not because of it."

In recent years, Britain is experiencing boom in births among immigrants. Experts calculate that by the end of the decade the country will need about 500 thousand. places in primary schools.

The government calculates that in the next eight years will need 543 new nurseries and primary schools. For 16 percent. elementary school students English is not your first language.

In the past 30 years the number of permanent residents of England and Wales were born abroad has doubled. Such persons is 6.9 million (more than 10 percent. The total population). In 1981 it was 3.4 million (6 per cent. Population). The population of Britain has 61.2 million in the last 25 years has grown by 10 percent.

The largest ethnic group is Asians from the Indian subcontinent and the newcomers from Africa (about 1.3 million people). Citizens of Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand is around 900 thousand.

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