Parts of the UK are becoming racially segregated and this process is happening at an incredibly fast rate. For example, Tower Hamlets in London, from the 2011 census it has a white population of 45.2%. This is largely caused by white people moving out. Following recent trends, this statistic in just two years will have lowered significantly since. (It also includes all white people so the figure for white British inhabitants is significantly lower still).
The video below discusses the issue:
Trevor Philips from the Commission for Racial Equality in 2005.'We are sleepwalking our way to segregation'
It seems hard to imagine that this matter will not cause great problems in the UK in the not too distant future. Is there anything positive that can be done about it?