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The results are predictable now, but they were apparently unobserved before Oldham's riots six weeks ago: no one in full-time work in half of Asian households; £9,000 average income in more than 200 households; 50 per cent Asian male unemployment.
Nelson is an "inner city" in its deprivation, the university said.
As in Oldham and Burnley, Nelson's Pakistanis and Bangladeshis pass up social housing and instead huddle together in hopelessly poor Victorian terraces which have been changing hands for £5,500, and provide both back-to-back security and the space the large families need to stay together.
The Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) believes this level of deprivation alone – and not racism – is enough to cause a place like Nelson to "blow".
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"I was looking at a few of the faces and I couldn't quite tell if they were laughing.
She might have been better blending in with something less garish."Mrs Hodkinson has found few Asians as unpalatable as those aggressive whites who occasionally roll in at the surgery where she works, but she says the Asians do tend to "just turn up at school events and not play a part". She and her friend Margaret Parker, mother of four-year-old Nicholas, are already troubled about which secondary to send their toddlers to because it cannot be Edge End, 500 yards away.
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And so it seems that young Alex and Nicholas are destined to spend their adolescent years at schools in Accrington, rather than grow up with any of the Asian population of Nelson – their home at the heart of the segregated, racially fragile land of north-west England's former cotton towns, which have taken Britain by such surprise in the past two months.