England fails the mating challenge:
The proportion of men and women getting married is below any level found since figures were first kept nearly 150 years ago. And the number of weddings held in 2006 was the smallest since 1895, when the population was little more than half its present level….
There were 236,980 marriages, the fewest since 228,204 were recorded in 1895, a year in which Oscar Wilde was sent to Reading jail, W.G. Grace scored his 100th century and Queen Victoria had still to celebrate her jubilee. In 1895, there were around 30 million people in England and Wales compared with more than 54 million now.
Of course, they can always import more third-worlders, that seems to be working really well. Celebrate barbarity! That is to say, diversity!