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Bar scene. Business meetings. By the s the main regional origins of Italian emigration to Britain were the valleys of Parma in the north, and the Liri valley, half way between Rome and Naples.
A railway network had been started by this time and this helped the people from the Liri valley to migrate to the North of Italy, and then on to Britain.
The people from Parma were predominantly organ grinders, while the Neapolitans from the Liri valley now under Lazio made ice cream The centre of the Italian community in Britain throughout the 19th Century, and indeed to the present day, is 'Little Italy' situated in a part of London called Clerkenwell As numbers increased and competition grew fiercer, so Italians spread to the north of England, Wales and Scotland.
They were never in great numbers in the northern cities. For example, the Italian Consul General in Liverpool, in , is quoted as saying that the majority of the 80— Italians in the city were organ grinders and street sellers of ice-cream and plaster statues.
And that the — Italians in Manchester included mostly Terrazzo specialists, plasterers and modellers working on the prestigious, new town hall.
While in Sheffield — Italians made cutlery In , By the Italian population was By this time the Italian communities were becoming more affluent.
The Italian Scottish community was "…almost all engaged in small food shops — either ice cream shops or fish restaurants.
Giuseppe Mazzini lived in London for some years and promoted the construction of the Italian church of St.
Peter in the "Little Italy" of Clerkenwell a London neighbourhood  The Italian-style basilica was inaugurated in and was the main place of reunion for the growing Italian community of London.
By the time WWI started, the Italian community was well established in London and other areas of the British isles there were nearly 20, Italians in the United Kingdom in But the announcement of Benito Mussolini 's decision to side with Adolf Hitler 's Germany in had a devastating effect.
By order of parliament all aliens were to be interned. Although there were few active fascists, the majority had lived in the country peacefully for many years, and had even fought side by side with British-born soldiers during the First World War.
Some had married British women and even taken British citizenship. This anti-Italian feeling led to a night of nationwide riots against the Italian communities on 11 June The Italians were now seen as a national security threat linked to the feared British Union of Fascists , and Winston Churchill told the police to "collar the lot!
In one of these transportations a tragedy occurred: the sinking of the ocean liner Arandora Star on 2 July resulted in the loss of over lives, including British-Italians being deported as undesirable.
He recognised that the method of selecting dangerous Italians was not satisfactory and the result was that among those earmarked for deportation were a number of non-fascists and people whose sympathies lay with Britain.
In the s Italian immigration started again to some areas of Great Britain such as Manchester  , even if relatively limited in number.
It was made mainly from Lazio. But in the s it tapered off and practically stopped in the s. The region of the country containing the most Italian Britons is London, where over 50, people of Italian birth live.
Bedford has a high concentration of Italian immigrants, along with Peterborough. This is mainly as a result of labour recruitment in the s by the London Brick Company in the southern Italian regions of Puglia and Campania.
By , approximately 7, Italian men were employed by London Brick in Bedford and a further 3, in Peterborough. By , over 3, christenings of second-generation Italians had been carried out there.
In , there were 82 Italian associations in Great Britain. For the period to , 12, Italian students were studying in UK universities.
This was the third-highest figure amongst EU countries and ninth globally. Italians and British-born people of Italian descent reside across the entire UK.
Furthermore, unlike many ethnic groups in the country, there are substantial numbers of Italians outside England. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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