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"White working class feels alienated" BBC executive

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26 02 08 - 08:51
The white working class feels alienated, threatened and voiceless,' says BBC boss

The white working classes feel "politically alienated" and frightened to speak out, a senior BBC executive has claimed.
Richard Klein said poorer whites believe they are "threatened economically and stifled socially" and that they no longer have a voice.
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There is plently of reason to feel that way.

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