A top British has said the UK government should set a date for everybody in England to speak English. Dame Louise Casey is an on social welfare and community . She said a "common language" would help to "heal across Britain". Ms Casey has been a long-time of successive governments, who she deems have failed to focus on integration in an ever-increasingly Britain. She said politicians had continually failed to keep up with the "unprecedented and scale of immigration" over the past . She said that many communities were becoming increasingly divided, and a lack of ability in English was a factor in creating division.
The UK's Communities Secretary, Sajid Javid, revealed that 770,000 who live in England either speak no English whatsoever or any. He warned that up to 70 per cent of those English skills were lacking were women, from Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities. He said these women were at risk from inequality and discrimination. Ms Casey said: "Everybody of working and of school age should be able to speak one , and I think the public in particular would feel some ." Opponents of Ms Casey's views say England should be to be a multi-lingual country and not force people to learn English if they have no to.