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A visibly emotional John Cantle described his son as an outgoing young man who "lived for life" and said he had his son as an outgoing young man who "lived for life" and said he had wanted to be a pilot since he was 15.
Cantle identified how different 'communities' live 'parallel lives'.
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.
Sam Cantle had a tough contest against Antony Graham, who the previous week won the European individual title, and lost 3-0.
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.
Ms Kelly said: "If you go back five years and look at the Cantle Report, which took place after rioting in northern towns, there is a lot of good practice that exists around the country, but there are some communities that have been relatively immune.
Irishman Kevin Cantle, 48, of Dundalk, was jailed for two years at Stranraer Sheriff Court last month over the smuggling of four illegal Chinese immigrants through the port.
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".
The controversial suggestion in the Cantle Report, which was commissioned by Home Secretary David Blunkett, goes even further than Mr Blunkett's recent comments that new arrivals should learn English and adopt British "norms".
The Cantle Report a year later noted that these towns appeared fragmented and polarised in terms of ethnicity.
At Coventry Crown Court Martin Cantle, aged 20, of Avenue Road, Leamington, admitted handling stolen goods.