A UK government official wants a date for everybody in England to speak English. Dame Louise Casey is an on community interaction. She said a " language" would help to heal in Britain. She has criticized many governments for failing to focus on as England becomes more multicultural. She said have failed to keep up with the "unprecedented and scale of immigration" for . Many communities are becoming divided. A of ability in English is a factor in creating .
The UK's Communities Secretary revealed that 770,000 in England speak no English or any. He said up to 70 per cent of those were women, from Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities. He said these women were at from inequality and . Ms Casey said: "Everybody of working and of school age should be able to speak one language, and I think the in particular would feel some ." Ms Casey's opponents say England should be to be a multi-lingual . It should not force people to learn English if they don't want to.