A third of Muslim adults in the UK say they do not feel "part of British culture", new research on identity, race and religion finds.

British Muslims are more than twice as likely as Hindus and more than 40 per cent more likely than Sikhs to feel excluded from society, a report by the pollsters Opinium Research shows.

But, strikingly, the study also found that almost a quarter of people who defined themselves as "white British" also claimed to feel alienated from wider British "culture".

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