The religious and secular divide

Among those interested in building cohesive communities or promoting diversity, there is much talk of establishing 'common values'. It has been considered necessary to identify values about what it means to be British so that minority ethnic groups are clear about what they are meant to integrate into. I've come to the conclusion that this is futile. It is not common values that cause tension but contested ones.

by Sukhvinder Stubbs

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