Best Blogs – Indonesia

English: Indonesia provinces map (in Malgache)...

English: Indonesia provinces map (in Malgache) Français : Carte des provinces indonésiennes (en malgache) Deutsch: Karte der indonesischen Provinzen Malagasy: Saritanin’ny faritany indonezianina (amin’ny fiteny malagasy) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Location of Lombok in Indonesia.

English: Location of Lombok in Indonesia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Lombok Strait Bahasa Indonesia: Selat...

English: Lombok Strait Bahasa Indonesia: Selat Lombok Nederlands: Straat Lombok (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Nederlands: Foto. Kantoorgebouw in art-déco st...

Nederlands: Foto. Kantoorgebouw in art-déco stijl van de Insulinde Oliefabriek. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: The iconic yet largely abandoned Swar...

English: The iconic yet largely abandoned Swarha building in downtown Bandung. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Opinion – Call for action to tackle growing ethnic segregation across UK | Society | The Guardian

The Guardian cites Prof Ted Cantle, an expert on community cohesion, who reveals figures that show rapid decline of white population in some areas.

Source: Call for action to tackle growing ethnic segregation across UK | Society | The Guardian

The article dwells on policies to increase integration but it’s clear from Brexit that older white voters are alarmed at the level of immigration and are resisting integration – they also understand that Muslim families have more children – and fear that minorities will become majorities.

Liberal governments have given priority to racial minorities and other groups likes gays, yet they have neglected the poorer, weaker and older members of UK society who are now turning to populism. Meanwhile, younger whites, without education and skills are often facing life on welfare.

Let me ask an open question:

How should Theresa May‘s government, claiming to be one-nation tories tackle growing ethnic segregation?

Thoughts?