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  • To be honest I have no idea. I thought that most people measured the beginning of the UK as a multicultural society from the arrival of the Windrush [bbc.co.uk] in 1948.
  • but you might find this site [movinghere.org.uk] relevant.
  • Thank God I never had to really deal with racism (I was 13 when we left England in 1984) but it was a constant topic amongst my friends and relatives. While there may have been noises in the direction of multiculturalism from the 60s onwards, the Guardian has a notoriously leftist outlook so I think its just a case of rose-coloured glasses. The UK didn't actually become livable for Asians at least until Thatcher came to power. She made a point of visiting temples, mosques etc. symbolic gestures maybe but

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