Can you describe what ‘it’ was in contrast to ‘it’ no longer existing?
And do you consider it’s passing a loss, and why is that?
This is just my experience. There were no non-white kids at any of the schools I went to, bar one, which was just outside London and then, it was just 1 or 2. The town i live in, when i first came here as a kid, there was some immigration but nothing noticeable. I had a friend who was aboriginal, which was an anomaly and a half. But overall, there were probably less than a 100 non-whites in the whole town, which is quite large. The most foreigners were at the Uni and tended to be Europeans. My mate went out with a Finnish girl for a bit. In the summer, you'd see Italians and Spanish kids on summer school. Fast forward to today....there are several black barbers, most of the take-away's around here are foreign owned, all the white kids think they're black rappers, most of the taxi drivers will be foreign. If i walk out of my house.....i'll see as many non-whites/non-English as whites...my local pub closed the other yr and has been turned into an Islamic centre. That give you an idea?