Changing faces

15th December 2000 at 00:00
LEICESTER will be the first city in the UKto have a majority of its residents from ethnic-minority communities. Paul Winstone, Leicester's race relations policy officer, said that already half of its children over five are from non-white ethnic minorities. "We expect to pass that threshold in the generalpopulation by the 2011 census."

Two London boroughs, Brent and Newham, are expected to have majority ethnic-minority populations when the results of 2001 census are published. Campaigning group, Operation Black Vote, is concerned that the statistics could be used to "pander to prejudice".


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