In 1998, no town in Britain was a town where the white children were a minority. Every major town in Britain had a majority of White British children.
This changed in 1999.
In 1999, Slough became the first town where the White British under 18s became a minority, under 50%.
In 2000, Nelson followed.
In 2001, Batley and Greater London also became minority white in the under-18s.
In 2002, Leicester.
In 2003, no new towns became minority white for under 18s.
In 2004, Birmingham.
In 2005, Luton.
In 2006, no new towns. The last year no new towns became minority white for under 18s.
In 2007, Keighley.
In 2008, Burton on Trent.
In 2009, High Wycombe.
In 2010, Bradford.
In 2011, Manchester.
In 2012, Dewsbury.
In 2013, Huddersfield.
In 2014, Halifax.
In 2015, Sandwell, Blackburn, Reading and Watford.
In 2016, Nottingham, Wolverhampton and Oxford.
In 2017, Bedford and Coventry.