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Category Archives: National News
An internal investigation at a HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) contact centre in Belfast revealed shocking revelations involving nine staff implicated in racist tampering of benefits for ethnic minorities who were paid less than they were entitled.
When 70 women went on hunger strike in Yarl’s Wood IRC on 5 February, an unprecedented level of media coverage followed. Rape survivors, mothers separated from their children, and other vulnerable women, some of whom had been detained without trial … Continue reading
The National Police Racism Organisation (NPR) which stands against police racism has learnt that the West Yorkshire Police is quietly attempting to close down the NPR website www.policeracism.co.uk in an attempt to cover up the racist and disproportionate investigations against … Continue reading
Black and Minority Ethnic Officer – Police Sergeant Simon Jenkinson from West Yorkshire Police killed himself on Thursday 29th July, 2010 following an investigation by the Professional Standards Department.
A new website has been launched today which exposes a disturbing reality of police corruption and racism. It is the first website of its kind and contains details of 18 reported cases, numerous facts, figures and statistics to support the … Continue reading
A black councillor was convicted of racism yesterday for calling an Asian colleague a “coconut” and this sums up how the modern usage of the term racism has been distorted and diluted by the government arguably removing any real potential … Continue reading
Thirteen former hunger strikers have now been released of the 25 or so we were in touch with on a daily basis.
The government is to introduce English tests to all immigrants who come into Britain in Autumn which Prime Minister David Cameron referred to as helping newcomers integrate into British society; however the racist intentions of this policy is revealed by … Continue reading
A study by The Law Society last month found that black and ethnic minority firms were being treated differently to white firms by insurance companies and charged higher rates which leads to this uncomfortable question, was this a deliberate tactic … Continue reading
A black nurse who fought against racism in the NHS after being told she could not care for a white child following a complaint by the child’s mother has lost her battle with ovarian cancer.
It’s alright to call immigrants “savage animals” and “filth”, says General Teaching Council, as BNP teacher cleared
The General Teaching Council (GTC) controversially cleared a BNP teacher of racism after he posted comments online referring to immigrants as “savage animals” and “filth.”
Only two days after entering the Labour leadership contest Diane Abbott is at the centre of a ‘race’ row after describing Nick Clegg and David Cameron as ‘two posh white boys’, but after the media and some members of the … Continue reading
At 11.36 this morning the mother of an 8-month old baby made a desperate plea for help on her mobile.
The general election provided a good result for race relations with the British National Party failing to win a single parliamentary seat and it provided a fantastic result for black and minority ethnic (BME) communities who saw the number of … Continue reading
The police force was rocked again after a black senior officer claimed that he was sidelined for promotion after writing a report which exposed racism against black officers.
The BNP failed to win a single seat in parliament last night resulting in a good election night for race relations and a terrible night for Nick Griffin and his party who was pushing for their first parliamentary seat, but … Continue reading
Following a third bail hearing on 26 April, Ms K won her long overdue release from Holloway prison.