Clive Davis :
Half a dozen of us were sitting around in the garden last week end, talking about race and immigration. We didn't like the way Southall railway station displays signs in Punjabi, we complained about the way well-meaning agencies stand in the way of immigrants learning English, and we agreed that the lack of control on the numbers coming in causes disssension among people at large. It all seemed pretty obvious to us. And there wasn't a single white face around that table.
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