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Brixton High Street. A quarter of people in England will be from minority ethnic groups by the time of the next census in 2021 (© Getty Images)

Britain’s social experiment with large-scale immigration just got even more interesting. The results of the 2011 census tell a story that is both encouraging and worrying. Most of the big picture was expected (as Philip Collins has written in the February 2013 edition of Prospect). But on one thing the experts were caught by surprise—London becoming majority-minority. The historic white British majority in the…

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