“Britons mixing less with people from other ethnicities”, according to charity


A study commissioned by the UK’s leading social integration charity, The Challenge, has found that, compared to a similar survey in 2014, Britons are socialising less with people from a different ethnicity to their own and that as a society we are becoming more segregated by ethnicity. The research in the British Integration Survey, published recently, shows that white Britons are least likely of all to socialise with other ethnic groups, adding that black Britons socialise with other black Britons nearly eight times as much as the researchers expected, given the ethnic mix of where they live. The study also…

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