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The UK's population has grown by 25% since 1961, 12% of this growth has occurred since 2001
Successive national projections have indicated that the UK's population could reach 72.5-74.5 million within 25 years, an additional 7 million people
As the large birth cohorts of the 1950's and 1960's experience longer life expectancies, by 2040 the population aged 75+ will be almost 10 million
14% of the total.
The UK's population is ageing, with wide-ranging implications for health care, wealth distribution, pension provision, housing, transport and employment policies. However, the UK's population growth curve and particularly its labour-force profile, will be determined by its immigration policies and the extent to which economic development is to be supported through international migration.