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Douglas Murray: Multiculturalism in Britain is 'divisive"

Neo-conservative author and the director for the centre of social cohesion, Douglas Murray, says multiculturalism in Britain is "divisive" and has created a society with "different values for different people".

The New Statesman's Mehdi Hassan responded to Mr Murray's comments claiming that multiculturalism in Britain had been a success.

Earlier this week the Prime Minister David Cameron made a speech in which he said he wanted to see the end of "state multiculturalism".

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