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Prof Cantle, who wrote a key report into the 2001 northern riots, said: "Even before the Shannon Matthews case, Dewsbury was - and has been - a difficult area for cohesion with a vociferous and growing intolerant far right on the one hand and the presence of religious extremists on the other.
Prof Cantle, the Midland academic who explored issues surrounding the Oldham and Burnley riots, claimed that it would take at least a generation to bring communities closer together.
But after hearing that Cantle had been in custody since January 7 - with a further 23 days on curfew before that - a judge let him go with supervision.
Sam Cantle had a tough contest against Antony Graham, who the previous week won the European individual title, and lost 3-0.
SIR - Thanks for your fair and logical comment piece (12/12/01) about Simon Glyn and the Cantle Report.
The suggestion in the Cantle Report, commissioned by Home Secretary David Blunkett, goes even further than the politician's recent remark that new arrivals should learn English and adopt British "norms".
Today's report of the Community Cohesion Review Team, chaired by former chief executive of Nottingham city council Ted Cantle, backed the government's stance that such schools should be "inclusive".
Our alliance with Impulse gives our mutual customers the confidence that there are reliable, easy-to-use paths from high-level software algorithms into FPGA-accelerated platforms," said Allan Cantle, CEO of Nallatech.
Institute of Community Cohesion chairman Professor Ted Cantle said: "There will be people who wonder what 'integration' actually means in practice.
Andrew Cantle, 27, from Sunderland, had just started his first airline job when he died in the crash in thick fog at Cork Airport.
Prof Ted Cantle, a senior government adviser on community cohesion, told delegates: "Even before the Shannon Matthews case, Dewsbury was - and has been - a difficult area for cohesion with a vociferous and intolerant far right on one hand and the presence of religious extremists on the other".
The boys under-19 final provided the upset of the weekend when David Haley from Newport, seeded two, beat favourite Sam Cantle from Wycliffe College in Gloucestershire 3-0.