BME voters should vote for change over much of the same

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 voters to seek real political change by voting for political parties which are not mainstream?

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Cameron’s bribe for black entrepreneurs ignores real issues

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 that many black people turn to self employment because of racism in the employment market.

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