How can St Wilfrids be damaging community cohesion in Blackburn?

I lived most of my life in Blackburn and saw first hand the intergration of two cultures in education.

The vast majority of the Asian and white communities don’t want cohesion in education or social life.

St Wilfrid’s are not doing anything different from what independent Asian schools have been doing for a decade now.

Each community wants their own schools with their own family and friends attending is a mystery to many.

The problem comes from blinkered people trying to force the rest of us with their issues.

Tony Hacking, Withnell, Chorley