By Peter Brimelow
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At the same time the imperial rhetoric of ‘equal rights for all British subjects’ and civis Britannicus sum was maintained. The policies of the inter-war years constituted an undeclared immigration policy whose clear intention was to keep out Asian and black settlers. The most frequently repeated justification—and probably the most important reason—for these policies was fear of a repetition of the serious outbreaks of inter-racial violence that had occurred in 1919: in Glasgow in January, in South Shields in January and February, in London in April, and in Liverpool, Cardiff, Barry and Newport in June.
2. Great Britain—Politics and government— 20th century. 2. Great Britain—Politics and government— 1936- . I. Title. Debs. Debs. House of Lords Debates HO Home Office IWA Indian Workers Association LAB Ministry of Labour MT Ministry of Transport [PPS]PS [Parliamentary] Private Secretary xi Preface It hardly needs to be said that the making of multi-racial Britain is a very important subject. It is concerned with nothing less than a rapid and quite unprecedented demographic and cultural transformation of British society.
The main concentrations of Asian and black settlement were to be found in the multi-ethnic dockland areas of seaports such as London, Liverpool, Cardiff, South Shields and Glasgow. The community in London’s dockland appears to have sixteenth-century origins. Though substantial foundations for most of the communities were laid in the latter half of the nineteenth century, when they began to take on the appearance of permanency, many of their members remained transients, living in Britain between seagoing jobs.
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster by Peter Brimelow