The divide between London’s white and ethnic minority voters will be laid bare in a shocking study this week.
The research into London’s recent European election result shows two thirds of white British voters backed either the Tories or Ukip.
It goes on to reveal that two thirds of non-white voters supported Labour, which received the backing of just one in five white British voters.
The analysis suggests that the migration of ethnic minority voters to the capital’s inner suburbs is behind recent Labour victories there.
But it also comes amid debate among senior Labour voices over how to respond to the rise of Ukip support among white working class voters.
The analysis highlights that there are now almost as many non-white as there are white British voters in London.
(Hat tip to HBD Chick.)