In the 2010 general election the Tories won 36% of the vote, but only 16% among ethnic-minority voters. At the coming general election in May, 168 seats will have a population of ethnic-minority voters that is bigger than the incumbent MP’s majority. A senior Tory calls this a “demographic time-bomb” for his party—an ethnological threat to its future viability of the sort America’s Republicans are already facing http://econ.st/1CTe6WL
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