at the start of the article:
Britain's population could almost double to 108 million within 75 years, according to government projections published yesterday.
at the end of the article:
The official prediction that Britain's population could almost double over the next 75 years certainly makes an eye-catching headline. But there is such a wide variation between the "high scenario" and the "low scenario" published by the Office of National Statistics that their figures range between 108 million by 2081 at the top and 64 million by the same date at the bottom.
yes, it does make an eye catching headline, doesn't it, the guardian?