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Leicester and the downside with diversity

Sadly the most common response is simply to shrug and hope for the best

Unrest in Leicester (Credit: BBC News/Leicester Media Online)

As I have said many times in recent years, if you import the world’s people you import the world’s problems. Which is not to say that you do not also get some upsides. The upsides of ‘diversity’ are focused on all the time. But we have a curious habit of downplaying the downsides.

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Douglas Murray
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Douglas Murray
Douglas Murray is associate editor of The Spectator and author of The War on the West: How to Prevail in the Age of Unreason, among other books.

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