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Wisbech slams ‘unjustified’ integration report




Imogen Newell with some of the pupils from diverse backgrounds to go with a piece on the Wisbech being second least integrated town in the country'left to right back 'Harry Smith (Portuguese), Emanuel Malaquias (Portuguese), Gabriel Ferreira (Portuguese), Jonas Lotuza (Lithuanian), Imogen Newell EAL leader,Alicia Baghdouyan (French), Jade Lartillier (French), Anastasija Kurisko (Russian) and Justina Kakstyte (Lithuanian) ANL-160102-135445009
Imogen Newell with some of the pupils from diverse backgrounds to go with a piece on the Wisbech being second least integrated town in the country'left to right back 'Harry Smith (Portuguese), Emanuel Malaquias (Portuguese), Gabriel Ferreira (Portuguese), Jonas Lotuza (Lithuanian), Imogen Newell EAL leader,Alicia Baghdouyan (French), Jade Lartillier (French), Anastasija Kurisko (Russian) and Justina Kakstyte (Lithuanian) ANL-160102-135445009

A report which claims that Wisbech is one of the least integrated towns in the country has been slammed by people in the town.

Think tank Policy Exchange placed Wisbech as second on its list, released last week.

Writers of the report have been criticised for basing their findings on the 2011 census without visiting the town and discovering more about the groundbreaking initiatives being run there.


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