The Telegraph inquires into British emigration:

Almost one in 10 British citizens are now living abroad, according to new figures from a leading think tank. Are you one of them? If so, why? And what has been your experience of the move? Do you feel welcome in your new environment? Do you still regard Britain as home?

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) estimates that the total figure for British expatriates now stands at 5.5 million.

So, ten percent of Mexico now lives in the United States, while ten percent of Britain has fled Tony Blair’s Cool Brittania. An increasing number of Americans are leaving too, of course, as the USA follows Britain’s lead, the primary difference is that America’s size has allowed her to better disguise the effects of the third world migration while the British Labor party has managed to be even more damaging to Britain than the Bush-Clinton-Bush trifecta was to the United States.

I spent two weeks in London recently and it was more than a little sad to see how much the city had changed since I was last there. One can’t truly imagine how the spy cameras are everywhere – it’s truly Big Brother and his little corporate friends run amok – and one can go a surprising amount of time without hearing any English being spoken. Needless to say, if I was British, I’d have left too.

The funny thing is all the “good riddance” people who posted. I mean, this sort of exodus threatens to pose a real problem for Britain, the Telegraph is interested in knowing why people have elected to vote with their feet, and all the morons can do is repeat the same idiocies that caused all these expats to leave in the first place.

It’s amazing how often in an otherwise unfair world, one gets what one deserves.