Pakistani women are living in an "entirely different society" and are "shockingly badly integrated", the UK's first audit into the disparity between races will reveal.

The findings by the Cabinet Office, due to be published on Tuesday, will give an unprecedented insight into how people from different backgrounds are treated in society, including their access to healthcare, education, employment and the criminal justice system.

The findings appear on the same day as the publication of an independent report which will show that the poorest Asian families are the biggest losers from the tax and benefit changes and the cuts in public services spending imposed since 2010 and those changes still to be implemented up to 2020.

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