Casey and the North (Wind-Cowie)

There is lots to celebrate and lots to consider in Louise Casey’s meaty and long-awaited review of segregation and integration in the UK. As someone who has written – on and off – about these issues over the last five or...

  • 07 Dec 2016
  • | Max Wind-Cowie
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Trust is central to integration (Hussain)

The report of the Casey Review will be seen by some Muslims as a bitter pill to swallow. But it is important to have an open and honest conversation about the issues it raises. We all need to step up and accept the challenge....

  • 06 Dec 2016
  • | Dilwar Hussain
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This is a Mirpur problem not a Muslim one (Wood)

Louise Casey’s review emphasises the high levels of segregation of British Muslims. But communities in towns like Bradford and Oldham that she focuses on are often from rural Pakistan. The origins of these populations, and...

  • 06 Dec 2016
  • | Philip Wood
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What about the whites? (Saggar)

The Casey Review adds to over fifteen years of government reports on the subject of integration. It continues a focus on where our accidental immigration policies have led us, and on the inward-facing values and practices of...

  • 06 Dec 2016
  • | Shamit Saggar
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