Nearly half of all blacks and Asians in Britain think that the country accepts too many immigrants
Almost seven out of ten people surveyed said that there were too many migrants in the UK, while 47 per cent of Asians and 45 per cent of blacks also felt that there was too much immigration, according to the report by the Commission on Integration and Cohesion.
The advisory body, set up by Ruth Kelly, Communities Secretary, a year ago, has drawn up a map showing the parts of England where the influx of immigrants has created the greatest tension.
So it isn't just whites who think that there are too many immigrants in Britain.
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