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Migrants set to become majority in UK

Shannon Roberts | 22 May 2013

A new academic study commissioned by Oxford University has found that minority groups will make up 40% of the United Kingdom by 2050, making it one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world.  Moreover, it is not just the UK that is set to change, but all European countries.


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