At almost every dealing with national or local government, there is always an extra form to fill in stating your ethnic origin.

Whilst I see the point in this when conducting the National Cencus, I see no need for it when taking out a library book.

Not only is it a huge waste of money on additional forms, but millions of pounds must be wasted on the administration of all this information.

 

Why is this idea important?

Surely, if you accept British culture and values, then ethnic origin is irrelevent.

There is a potential saving of millions of pounds in administration costs.

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