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Racism in Britain | New Eastern Outlook: According to the British newspaper, The Telegraph, over the 12-month period in 2014, the UK faced a 43% increase in the number of registered immigrants alone, whose number has reached 260,000 people. Even today, immigrants in this country account for about 10% of population, including a large number from Africa as well as Muslims. Under these circumstances, the issue of relations with people of other races and religions has become a matter of special significance for the UK.

Research conducted by a variety of British institutions and organizations also confirmed strong changes that have been in process in recent years, in the representation of various ethnic minorities and races in the national society of the Kingdom. Thus, according to the forecasts of the UK College of Policing, by 2026, 16% of the population of England and Wales will be representatives of ethnic minorities, which puts forward the task for the next 10 years to recruit 17,000 persons of African descent and other ethnic minorities in the police force to achieve proportional representation in the police of this population living in the UK.

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