A POPULATION expert has warned “large waves” of migrants are preparing to head for Europe – with a “tinderbox” situation leaving the continent on the brink of collapse.
While migration figures are declining in parts of Europe, Reiner Klingholz believes now is just the calm before the storm.
The head of the Berlin Institute for Population and Development said: “The large waves of migration have yet to come. Measures such as the Turkey Agreement and the closing of the Balkan Route ensure that currently only a few people come to Europe. Continue reading