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Is Britain Overcrowded?: Tonight

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With 700,000 babies expected to be born in England in 2013, and immigration rates continuing to rise, Fiona Foster examines whether the UK's schools, hospitals and transport systems can cope with what is thought to be nation's biggest population boom in 40 years. She also highlights estimations that suggest the number of people living in Britain will have increased by 10 million by 2050, and investigates the impact improvements in the nation's health might have on overcrowding issues.

Cast and crew

Cast

Presenter
Fiona Foster

Crew

Director
Jemma North
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