Natasha Feroze

Leicester’s multiculturalism masks a stark sectarian divide

Leicester, the city where I was born, appears to be a melting pot of different cultures. Until recent weeks, its model of multiculturalism seemed to work well. Leicester is a city where the Diwali and Eid lights shine as brightly as the Christmas ones. Hindus, Muslims and Christians live side by side.

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