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    Immigration Harming British Communities
    Immigration; Posted on: 2008-09-09 19:59:31 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]

    Open border advocates now try to fix the problems they have created. Again, the British National Party was right. Attention Brits: Join the BNP

    Rapid immigration has damaged community relations in parts of England, a report by the Commons communities and local government committee says.

    In three areas with high immigration - Peterborough, Burnley, and Barking and Dagenham - community cohesion is among the lowest in the country, the MPs say.

    The report said there was "significant public anxiety" over issues such as pressure on public services.

    Ministers said action was being taken to minimize the impact of immigration.

    In the three areas visited, community cohesion - measured by how many people believe those from different backgrounds get along - is among the lowest in England, the report said.

    It said public services were under pressure because government funding was being based on "flawed population data".

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    News Source: bbc news

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