Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
I grew up in the Black Country, in an area with a high % (even then) of Pakistani and Indians (remember the Tipton 3?). I went to Uni in Sheffield and lived in multi racial areas (to be fair, most student areas are). In London I lived for years out East, Leyton and Walthamstow central. Then moved to SE London. So yeah, I think I qualify to say I've lived 90% of my life in multi cultural places. Does this pass your test?
Similar to me then; ironic you mention the Tipton 3 and can't see the issues with insular communities created by unbound multiculturalism.