Pakistani women are living in ‘entirely different society’ and are ‘shockingly badly integrated’ in Britain says official audit

Pakistani women living in the UK are ‘shockingly badly integrated’, a Cabinet Office survey is set to reveal.

The findings of the UK’s first disparity audit, published in full on Tuesday, hope to shed better light on how people from different backgrounds are treated in regards to their access to healthcare, education, employment and the criminal justice system.

For women of Pakistani origin, the audit has revealed a particularly ‘shocking’ situation.

  • Ed

    The ONLY reason they came was for the welfare.

  • canminuteman

    I suppose they thought the magic soil was going to transform them into something they are not when they came to the UK two or three generations ago. I guess the magic soil is losing its power.

  • Sharkibark

    But… But… But… DIVERSITY IS STRENGTH. IMMIGRANTS ARE ALL DOCTORS AND ENGINEERS AND ARE NET CONTRIBUTERS TO OUR SOCIETY. We are living in George Orwell’s 1984. It was supposed to be a warning, not a game plan.

  • Starlord

    calling iqra…. hello mississauga and brampton.

  • Barrington Minge

    Well come on, it’s not rocket science. It’s ‘cos the mooslim men don’t want them to integrate – they might get ideas above their 3rd class status. Men. Goats, Women

  • ed

    in the uk each Pakistani enclave and ghetto is a mini me of village life back home in crappystan , I`ve seen it happen over the past 30 years ,welfare dependency. honour killings, arranged and forced 1st cousin marrage , highest defects in the birth rate , rape gang culture ,every aspect of fraud, they are just breeding machines for the umma

  • Allan

    They aren’t integrated because THEY FUCKING DON’T WANT TO BE!!!! All they want are the benefits from the government and to create their own little shitholes that mirror the places they came from.

  • Not blending? But why?!

    • Frances

      It’s a bit tricky to blend in if you’re wearing a body bag and aren’t allowed to speak to anyone not of your culture.