My question was actually a serious one because I think this is where the prejudice arises. When people arrive in another locale, no matter who they are, the resultant dissonance is where the dissatisfaction and prejudice come in. Group X don't do things OUR way (dress/talk/eat/act/believe our way). So what happens when that starts to cause problems? This happens everywhere. Some Scots believe that English incomers come in and take over. Catalans are not comfortable with some Andalusian customs IN Catalonia. Obviously, the best way forward is tolerance but when it is perceived that the incoming group are affecting the way of life of the original settled group, then what? I suppose I am questioning the extent to which multiculturalism should go. in case you see this as xenophobia, I have spent 12 years living in foreign countries, married an Oriental, speak 4 foreign languages but I also feel that the local culture should be protected from takeover. Also, my other point was talking about "chavs" IS denigrating another group - whether they deserve it or not!