Britain is an increasingly diverse nation with a long history of immigration and has changed dramatically in recent years. Over the last two decades, total immigration to the UK has doubled, from around 300,000 people per year prior in 1997 to more than 600,000 in 2015.
The Conservative Government tasked Dame Louise Casey to undertake a review of opportunity and integration in the UK. The results of her report were a surprise to her, as she states in her executive summary. It is not a surprise to to those who live on the estates where communities are divided along racial and religious grounds.