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Census data shows England and Wales are more ethnically diverse -- and less segregated -- than ever before

By Gemma Catney, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, Queen's University Belfast
Richard Wright, Professor of Geography, Dartmouth College
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Instead of framing discussions about the UK population in terms of a white majority and “non-white” minorities, complexity should be the focus. Britain is increasingly diverse and less segregated.The Conversation

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