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Posts Tagged: Race and 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,
“I cannot let you say something so insulting,” she tells Marr, who quotes her father dismissing the Holocaust as “a detail of history”.
Call that white flight if you like. Call it “white avoidance” if you must. I prefer to call it civilised, bourgeois, suburban safety.
Nadhim Zahawi: The claim that Brexit-set Britain will be a racist country is contemptible. And I’m living proof that it isn’t true.
We should commit to tackling racism where it exists – not working ourselves into paroxysms of outrage.
Lord Ashcroft: For my focus groups in North Carolina, Clinton fails to enthuse and Trump fails to reassure
Few in our African American groups thought very much had improved for them personally during Barack Obama’s eight years in the White House.
Officials, advisers and Ministers will always need external expertise: what we need are conservative-minded experts.
A comprehensive programme could both greatly reduce avoidable incidents and speed the rehabilitation of offenders.
Schools in America do not teach religion, but culture and values instead.
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.
Sir Eric’s proposals are a welcome first step towards restoring trust in the ballot box, but photographic evidence is the essential gold standard.
The wit and wisdom of Nick Timothy. 12) Sexism and minority communities. Take your head out of the sand.
“In specific, localised cases, race, religion and culture are a factor.”
Is it seriously only legitimate to ask such questions of a white man but not, in exactly the same terms, of a Muslim?
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.