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The Sunday Debate


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Immigration and Race Relations Part 2: presented by Robin Day
The case for integration and better race relations is put by Mark Bonham Carter Chairman of the Community Relations Commission Professor Albert Hines , Head of the Department of Economics, Birkbeck College, London
They are challenged by Rt Hon Enoch Powell , mp, who put his detailed case in Part 1 Clifford Thomas
Lecturer in Social Statistics at Southampton University.
What are the rights and wrongs of our present policy on immigration and race relations? Whose statistics should we believe? How can we combat the fear and misunderstanding that surround this issue? These are some of the questions put by the assessors Patrick Corbett
Professor of Philosophy, Bradford University Jack Peel, jp
General Secretary of the National Union of Dyers, Bleachers and Textile Workers


Presented By: Robin Day
Unknown: Mark Bonham Carter
Unknown: Albert Hines
Unknown: Enoch Powell
Unknown: Clifford Thomas
Unknown: Patrick Corbett
Producer: David Kennard

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