“What we’re seeing in this new immigration policy under the Conservatives is a lot more migration from poorer countries outside the EU and less migration from insisde the EU.
“What this will mean is the fabric of British society inevitably changing radically in the next 20-30 years.
“I will give you on stat, if you look at the centrist Pew Research Centre, it says the share of Britain’s population that is Muslim will increase from six per cent today to 17 per cent by 2050.
“That is about a three fold increase in quite a short period of time. This is not to be alarmist.
“When you subject people to a scale and pace of change that we are doing with no plan for integration, that is a recipe for disaster.
“I am far more sceptical than many of my friends within universities about the effect of mass migration on the country.”
It comes as former Home Secretary Suella Braverman warned the Conservatives face “electoral oblivion” should they get Rwanda legislation wrong.
She delivered the warning in a personal statement to the Commons focused on what she called “mass, uncontrolled, illegal immigration” involving thousands of “mostly young men, many with values and social mores at odds with our own”.
She said Prime Minister Rishi Sunak should be “commended for dedicating more time and toil than any of his predecessors to this endeavour” before outlining her expectations for emergency legislation to revive the Rwanda deportation scheme.