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An Irishman, a Hindu and a Pole were walking along the pedestrianised town centre of Slough on their way to join the lunchtime queues at Greggs bakery. The three work together, for a property and building firm, and live locally. You can have a good life here. If there is a punchline, then it is, joked Belfast-born Dan Gilmore, 43, that he is the only one of the three who doesn't want to be British.
This lot of bloody immigrants are proud of it! Known to outsiders as the town in the shadow of a Mars bar factory, the setting for The Office — although the bus station and car park made famous by the Ricky Gervais comedy series have now been demolished in a regeneration project — and the place Sir John Betjeman immortalised in the line: Slough is now one of three towns where no single ethnic group makes up more than half of the population.
A breakdown of census statistics by researchers from Manchester University found It reflects the findings of a report by the thinktank British Future entitled The State of the Nation: Where is bittersweet Britain heading?
The report found one in three people believed immigration divides British people more than anything else, while well over half regard it as one of the top three causes of societal fracture. But while one in four think being born here is important to being British, two-thirds of people believe the welfare state Married but looking in Slough be open to those born abroad who have contributed and play by the rules.
It suggests that our tolerance as a nation is dependent on integration — and in Slough, where there are no ghettoes or distinct areas formed of one particular ethnicity, as there are in some Married but looking in Slough England's segregated northern cities, they reckon they have got it right.
But actually it's a well-kept secret success story, a multicultural success," claims Rob Deeks of Aik Saath, a youth organisation set up in the s to tackle an outbreak of racial violence between gangs of Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs.
Diversity was first accepted as necessary, but now it's celebrated because we're good at it. When I came down from Bradford to Slough I was amazed to find white, black and Asian sitting together in the pub.
There was a level of integration I'd never seen up north," he said. People integrate, he said, when they are welcomed by a society.
It's quite a religious place, and there is a lot of openness. Young people learn how to accommodate people's differences. Slough is no stranger to migrants. In the s it was dubbed "little Rhondda" because of high numbers of Welsh; then there were Scots, and Irish, and after the war was the first wave Married but looking in Slough Poles.
Then came the Windrush era, the Indian subcontinent, and now eastern Europeans. Its proximity to Heathrow and the large number of businesses based locally meant jobs needed to be filled. With immigration rates to the UK now dropping, the next wave may be when Romanians and Bulgarians, who already have rights to work here, gain full Europe's "freedom of movement".
If the recession deepens, the picture in Slough could change, acknowledges council chief executive Ruth Bagley. Of course, having to tailor services to different groups is more onerous than delivering services to one group, but the benefits are there. There are parts of our community which have very high aspirations, and that helps drive our high education outcomes, our productivity. It has enormous effects on this population's dynamism Married but looking in Slough entrepreneurship," she said.
Housing is under "considerable pressure" — the council has 7, properties and 7, on its waiting list. The so-called "social cleansing" effects of benefit caps are pricing many people out of Married but looking in Slough in the wealthier London boroughs, and Westminster and Chelsea are among those who Married but looking in Slough been found shifting tenants into Slough. So while we are keen to deliver, logically, within set boundaries, at some stage you cannot take any more. Slough has a large private rental sector and unscrupulous landlords are a major headache for the local authority, which is about to embark on the latest phase of its crackdown on "sheds with beds" — illegal dormitories that have sprung up in back gardens for workers who are willing to pay for little more than a roof over their heads — with a thermal-imaging project of the town's garden huts, although inspectors have already been having good success thanks to Google Earth.
Charlie McGreachie, Married but looking in Slough teacher of Montem Married but looking in Slough, presently has pupils but by will have His pupils share 40 languages between them. Under Ofsted it doesn't look as though we are doing so well, but it doesn't allow us to be measured for the quality of our work. My children make great progress, and what I do think we do very well is integrate new communities: One of our targets is bringing people together, and that includes the parents.
He is proud of the fact that many of Dating down low site children leave primary "tri-lingual" and that racial tensions are almost non-existent. Actually, if Britain wants multiculturalism to work, and I believe it can work, then there's a lot to be learned from Slough. Indigenous white British are getting more tolerant — it's when what was a new group four years ago has to accept that another new group has arrived, that's the struggle.
It is difficult to imagine that everyone in this town of less than 25 square miles is living in perfect racial harmony. Looking for people unhappy with diversity on a cold Friday afternoon turns up some Asian taxi drivers who have a long list of complaints against "the African" traffic wardens, and an elderly white Married but looking in Slough who did not want to be named but said their own children had left the area because they felt Married but looking in Slough. As we spoke a group of young Muslims came out of a prayer room and started pulling on their shoes in the street; the woman said that groups of Asian men like that intimidated her.
The Office and that, but it was cheaper to get a flat and it's great really. Could do with better shops, but I like all the different restaurants," she said. The world food aisle at Tesco is a lot bigger than a lot of places," said Prostitute in Tieling Pratt, communications chief at Slough council.
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