Immigration review: Key findings by Dame Casey David Cameron, pictured with British Asian Muslim women, commissioned the study
Eastern Eye Staff
These are some of the key points in Dame Louise Casey’s report about immigration in Britain, which focused on south Asians in the UK: * People of Pakistani and Bangladeshi ethnicity tend to live in more residentially segregated communities than other ethnic minority groups. South Asian communities (people of Pakistani, Indian and Bangladeshi ethnicity) live in higher concentrations at ward level than any other ethnic minority group. These concentrations at ward level are growing in many areas. * Compared to other minority faith groups, Muslims tend to live in higher residential concentrations at ward level. In 2011, Blackburn, Birmingham, Burnley…
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