• Saturday, August 13, 2022


Integration plan will address causes of people living in ‘isolated, separate lives’

MUTUAL BENEFIT: Secretary of state for housing and communities Sajid Javid is keen that people from all backgrounds enjoy the advantages that living in the UK gives them

By: Lauren Codling

by LAUREN CODLING A NEW £50 million government strategy to support integration in the UK was set to be announced on Wednesday (14). Sajid Javid, the secretary of state for housing and communities, said the plan would tackle the causes of “poor integration and help create a more united Britain”. The government will spend £50m to support the new Integrated Communities Strategy, which includes plan to boost English language skills, increase opportunities for women and promote British values in school. Although 85 per cent of people in a recent survey said they felt a strong sense of belonging to Britain,…

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