Thursday 31 October 2013

Mark Easton keeps at it

The BBC's home affairs editor Mark Easton has been getting a bit of stick recently from right-wing newspapers and politicians over the issue of bias, particularly regarding the issue of immigration.

Undeterred, Mark keeps on keeping on. 

His latest blogpost poses the question Is diversity good or bad for community cohesion? 

Can you guess what answer his article will give...before you even read it? 

Here's his closing paragraph:
But what this paper suggests is that where you have non-segregated and relatively prosperous communities, diversity is likely to improve community life, not damage it.
Did you guess correctly?

That won't exactly blow those suspicions of bias away, will it?

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