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Reducing Racial Inequality in Modern Britain – Conservative Party Conference


Today, I joined the How can Conservatives win elections in a multi-racial Britain? panel at the Conservative Party Conference, hosted by British Future, the Black Equity Organisation, and Conservatives Against Racism For Equality. I was proud to take part in the event, having chaired CARFE and having written a forward for Bright Blue and British Future’s An Agenda for Action: Reducing Racial Inequality in Modern Britain. On this occasion, I thought I would once again share that forward. I remain […]

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Dominic Grieve calls for fresh thinking on multiculturalism as he condemns a decade of political correctness


Dominic Grieve, the shadow Justice secretary,  will today make a hard-hitting attack on political correctness and the Government’s failure to question damaging aspects of multiculturalism. But he also admits that the Right has so far failed to credibly address some of those issues. Speaking at Queen Mary, University of London, he will characterise the decade of this Labour Government as: “A decade of ranking people as members of neatly categorised ethnic, religious or social groups, rather than treating everyone as […]

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Grieve says multiculturalism in UK has ‘terrible’ legacy


The Guardian reports: Multiculturalism in the UK has left a “terrible” legacy, creating a vacuum that has been filled by extremists from across the political spectrum, the shadow home secretary, Dominic Grieve, warns today. Thank goodness Dominic Grieve is tackling Labour’s unintentional legacy of ill will and tackling it with sensitivity. read more | digg story

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Toddlers who dislike spicy food ‘racist’ — Telegraph


The National Children’s Bureau, which receives £12 million a year, mainly from Government funded organisations, has issued guidance to play leaders and nursery teachers advising them to be alert for racist incidents among youngsters in their care. This could include a child of as young as three who says “yuk” in response to being served unfamiliar foreign food. read more | digg story

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