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Posts Tagged: Multiculturalism
Alex Morton: Our immigration system should be based on permits and have a cultural compatibility test
To defeat populists on the right, liberal conservatives must show that immigration, like globalisation, benefits this country and its people,
Call that white flight if you like. Call it “white avoidance” if you must. I prefer to call it civilised, bourgeois, suburban safety.
WATCH: “I no longer understand the rules.” Charles Walker questions May on the Louis Smith controversy
“This man received death threats and we have all looked the other way.”
Mohammed Amin: Integrating Muslims. The UK does better than the US (just). And both do better than France.
Unfortunately, France refuses to accept that any adaptation whatsoever is necessary, and uses Laïcité as a shibboleth to justify its stubbornness.
Trevor Philips’s new documentary asks some important questions.
The worst of the ideas associated with ‘multiculturalism’ have been pursued at a time when societal integration should have been the mantra.
Omar Khan: How serious and enduring will Cameron’s commitment to tackle racial inequality prove to be?
There is a need for a common vision that has buy-in from the party faithful to make them long-lasting – whoever takes over as the next Prime Minister.
It will achieve next to nothing – other than enabling non-violent extremists to paint it as the British state “criminalising Shariah.”
Speaking English is essential to integration, but how much farther can the state intrude in the non-criminal family lives of religious conservatives?
To begin with, we should stop engaging with community leaders, and engage with BME voters directly.
Sunder Katwala: Corbyn may offer the Tories a new opportunity with minority voters – but that’s no cause for complacency
The next election may see increasingly distinct pitches from each of the parties towards sections of the latter.
He is in no sense an extremist – far from it. But his candidacy is more likely to divide London’s voters along confessional lines than Jowell’s would have been.
By honouring their contribution we would strengthen the bonds of friendship between the UK and Poland which endure today.
Those who acknowledge our right to free speech, but who think we ought to shut-up anyway, have ways of making us shut-up.