Report Shows Erosion of Public Faith in Government’s Pledges Most people surveyed believed diversity has enriched British culture but also worried about overstretched public services(Photo: ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP/Getty Images).
Radhakrishna N S
By Sarwar Alam There is a “shocking” lack of trust in the government to manage immigration with four out of 10 Britons feeling multi- culturism has undermined British culture, according to a new survey. Thinktank British Future and anti-prejudice campaigners HOPE not hate, conducted the largest-ever public consultation on immigration, speaking to nearly 20,000 people across the UK, in face-to-face panel discussions and surveys. The results found half of voters think immigration is straining public services and that migrants are willing to work for less, putting jobs at risk and lowering wages. The paper, titled The National Conversation on Immigration,…
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