The Sunday Times’ Kevin Dowling and Nicholas Hellen explore the relationship between increasing diversity and social isolation, in some of Britian’s biggest cities. The article highlights the Social Integration Commission’s key findings in London, particularly relating to interactions between different ethnicities. 
Mail Online, 11/09/13 A survey found that many believe private and state school structure is causing division Many also felt that private school education gives wealthier pupils unfair advantage Private headmaster Anthony Seldon said that too many schools are split along class lines The education system is segregating rich and…
The Telegraph, 11/09/13 The education system is fuelling a “social apartheid” in which pupils from relatively wealthy backgrounds fail to mix with their poorer peers, a leading headmaster has warned. Anthony Seldon, the Master of Wellington College, Berkshire, said that too many schools were split along class lines in a…
Daily express, 09/08/13 Most people mix mainly those from their own ethnic background, says the charity Challenge Network. The study supports previous warnings of US-style ghettos springing up in the UK.
The Guardian, 09/08/13 When I attend gatherings hosted by many of my white friends, I am often the only black person in the room. Sometimes, despite being in an ethnically diverse postcode, I am the only black person in the pub. If this is the case where I live, in…
The Telegraph, 08/08/13 Charities warned that people from different backgrounds are increasingly living “parallel lives” rarely forging close friendships outside of their own groups. It comes after a poll found that people are less likely to have a “best friend” from another different ethnic background than not to have one…
The Independent, 07/08/13 Just one in 10 Britons has a best friend from a different ethnic background, according to research which reveals that racial segregation is still a major issue in the UK. The polling for The Challenge Network, which aims to encourage integration through youth and community groups, found…
Liberal Conspiracy, 12/03/2013 The debate about the 600,000 white Brits who left London in the last decade shows how broken our thinking on integration is. The debate has been dominated by right-wing commentators in despair and left-wing commentators in denial. It is time for some new thinking. The right-wing commentators have been…
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