This is Still About Us: Why Ethnic Minorities See Immigration Differently

Written by:
Omar Khan and Debbie Weekes-Bernard
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This research addressed the attitudes ofBlack and minority ethnic people in Britain on immigration. Many of its findings are shared with the wider population, but the history of immigration, and indeed empire, continues to cast a long shadow, even if  respondents only occasionally framed things in such terms.

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