This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book examines the respondents’ attitudes towards marriage breakdown and lone parenthood. It suggests that the mothers were facing hostility from their communities, which would support the assumption. The book discusses various models of race relations theorising the conflict of relationships between an ethnic population and the host society. It focuses on the sample’s cultural adjustment as immigrants and indicated that 40 mothers said they were experiencing a conflict of cultures, 23 felt comfortably accommodated into both the British and Asian cultures, 21 claimed to be mainly of Asian identity, with only 6 women perceiving themselves to be British. The types of jobs available to lone mothers may also discourage them from entering into the labour market. There are also other factors preventing lone mothers’ access to an independent wage.