New Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) statistics show the number of white people at British universities is in decline, with minorities surging ahead.
Numbers declined slightly again in 2015/16 to 1,417,300, before ticking up slightly in 2016/17 to 1,425,665 — for an overall decline of around 5.5 per cent over a five-year period.
Meanwhile, the number of black, Asian, and other (including mixed race) students are up significantly across the board — despite left-liberal politicians such as Labour’s David Lammy continuing to push the narrative that minorities are disadvantaged due to institutional prejudice.
Labour MP Admits White Working Class Disadvantaged by Focus on Ethnic Minorities https://t.co/o3mrGmLXWa — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) January 5, 2018
Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner has conceded that the white working class, in particular, are being disadvantaged in Britain by a focus on ethnic minorities and “women’s agendas”.
— Jack Montgomery ن (@JackBMontgomery) July 30, 2017