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GCSE London Growth

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1 million
London's population in the 1801 census
8.6 million
Population in 1941
8.3 million
Population in 2011
Post WWII
London's population declined
Internal migration
Permanent within UK migration, has been negative; that is the numbers of people moving out of London has been greater than the number of UK residents moving in.
International migration
Permanent movement from one country to another, high in London
Natural Increase
Population growth measured as the excess of live births over deaths, positive in London
100,000
people added to London's population a year between 2008 and 2013
Internal migrants
into London tend to be in the age groups 20 -30, whilst those who tend to leave are over 30 or children.