Former integration tsar says toxic views have become more normalised

04 November 2019

The government has effectively abandoned community cohesion, with Muslim women remaining the UK’s most marginalised group, former integration tsar Dame Louise Casey has said.

Speaking three years on from her report into the failure of ministers to tackle social cohesion, she told a national newspaper that communities had become more divided and the gap between the haves and have-nots had widened.

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