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The British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin said that under his immigration policy non-whites in Britain will be offered £50,000 resettlement grants to leave.
With the three mainstream political parties reaching out to black voters promising to tackle racial inequality the question must be asked why BME voters have to vote the same political parties in every election? Is it not time for BME … Continue reading
On Monday, 26 April, members of Unite Against Fascism, Broadcasting, Entertainment, Cinematograph and Theatre Union (Bectu), the Muslim Council of Britain and Jewish Council for Racial Equality protested against the BBC’s recording of the British National Party’s (BNP) election broadcast, … Continue reading
In a Daily Telegraph article today it was stated that in a report published last year that schools listed 40,000 incidents of racism involving children as young as five indicating that racial inequality will be alive and kicking for decades … Continue reading
The Institute of Race Relations (IRR) have revealed in a report that an average of five race murders occur in the UK every year since the race murder of Stephen Lawrence in April 1993 by a gang of racists.
Joe Glenton, first soldier in Europe to have publicly refused to go to Afghanistan, has been serving a nine-month sentence from 5 March when he was court-martialled. He has been harassed by the prison authorities because he remains defiant. We … Continue reading
A Cardiff University study which involved rating 1,205 black, white and mixed-race faces has found that mixed-race faces are viewed as more attractive than black and white faces and in general they are perceived as successful.
Atheists Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens want Pope Benedict XVI arrested and charged with crimes against humanity for his alleged cover up of child abuse in the Catholic church when he visits Britain in September, however with former British Prime … Continue reading
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to announce today that a general election in Britain will be held on May 6 and the important issue for black and minority ethnic communities should be what prospects does the election hold for … Continue reading
A group of academics who looked into the marks given to thousands of children at age 11 has revealed that teachers are systematically marking down black pupils because of stereotypes and low expectations.
In the run up to the general election immigration has once again become a talking point for politicians and the media, however not one person in the mainstream media will dare walk into uncharted territory and explain that the main … Continue reading
Child asylum seekers arriving in Dover, some suffering from illness or serious injuries, are being denied basics like rest, food and medicine before they complete oppressive and unlawful interviews with the UK Border Agency (UKBA).
The Conservative Party are at the centre of a race row after being accused of ‘airbrushing’ out pictures of ethnic minority candidates from their campaign literature in areas where they are opposing the BNP.
On Friday 19 March, most of the women who have been refusing food, suspended their hunger strike in order to avoid permanent damage to their health. Women have vowed to resume the strike if the authorities don’t investigate their complaints … Continue reading
The British government’s double standards when it comes to free speech has been exposed as the English Defence League (EDL) and Unite Against Fascism protesters clash in Bolton. With 67 arrests, and six people reported injured, including four members of … Continue reading
A black lieutenant in the Territorial Army wrote in the Guardian today that wayward black youths would benefit from a career in the army just as he did but is the military really the answer?
On the Daily Mirror website today a story about a former BNP supporter who fell for a Jamaican woman was described as “amazing”, what is truly amazing however is the celebration of this story. Would they have done so if … Continue reading
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has launched an enquiry into a company which advertised a job stating that the candidate should preferably be of ‘Indian origin’, but once again big companies are overlooked while they exploit human labour … Continue reading
Conservative leader David Cameron stepped up the general election political battle when he announced that under his government black entrepreneurs would receive more government support to tackle barriers which has spurned their success and ambitions yet he fails to acknowledge … Continue reading
Many political commentators and journalists see the problems associated with multiculturalism stemming from the fact that people should have a common shared culture rather than emphasise and celebrate their differences which is what multiculturalism is about as a political policy … Continue reading