Communities face deeper division as segregation becomes 'more amplified'

By Thomas Bridge | 01 November 2016

Fears have been raised that the UK is ‘sleepwalking’ into entrenched divisions between ethnic minority communities and white British people.

Findings from a study by the iCoCo Foundation and the University of London found evidence segregation was ‘increasing’ in many areas, with ethnic minority groups generally more isolated from white British communities in locations with greater diversity.

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