Nice going UK, you’ll drive yourself out of existence before long, taking every Tom, Dick and Harry along with you. But you can comfort yourself with the thought that all your streets are lined with kebab shops, so the multiculti experiment can’t be declared a complete experiment, right? KGS
Mohammed is now the most popular name for newborn boys in England and Wales ahead of Jack and Harry, it emerged today. The name, when 12 different spellings were included, was given to 7,549 youngsters in 2009, official statistics revealed. Oliver was the second most popular and it was given to 7,364 boys in England and Wales in 12 months.