Points of view

23rd April 2004 at 01:00
* With reference to the Commission for Racial Equality's insistence on abandoning multiculturalism and developing Britishness, what is "Britishness", how can it be taught and measured, and how does it sit with the fact that people are not blind to colour in a colour-conscious society?

Husain Akhtar 26 Wellesley Road Harrow Middlesex

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