Redcar and Cleveland is the least multi-cultural part of England, official statistics show.
The area was found to have over 99.3 per cent of people who spoke English as a first language.
This was in contrast with Newham, in London, which had just 58.6 per cent speaking English as their main language.
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The country’s most diverse areas were all in London, the data from the Office for National Statistics found.
The second most main English speakers lived in North-East Derbyshire, with Staffordshire close behind. Northumberland had the ninth highest number of at 99 per cent.
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