.... And, as this poll shows, minorities do not want it either. The enormous costs of greater diversity are felt by minorities just as much, if not more, than the population at large, in terms of greater segregation, hostility and religious intolerance (besides, most immigrants into Britain chose it for a reason, and never asked for its entire cultural fabric to be torn down – they just wanted a bit less racism).
On top of this there are the downsides of diversity which everyone feels – lower social trust and solidarity, and the subsequent end of the welfare state that inevitably follows. Think that ultra-Thatcherite dystopia I proposed is absurd? Wait until we see the long-term effects of Labour’s attempt to make Britain truly diverse. [telegraph.co.uk] Read more