Princeton University suspended the rest of the men’s swimming and diving team’s season on Thursday after school administrators discovered that members had posted “vulgar and offensive” material on the team’s electronic mailing list.
A statement released by...
Saturday 17th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
ISRAELI Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition chief whip David Bitan set off a racism storm at the weekend as he echoed his master’s hostility to Arab citizens voting.
Asked about Mr Netanyahu’s election-day warning to Jews that Arabs were voting “in...
Monday 12th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
Far from condemning the recent rise of xenophobia, the British government has done everything it can to foster it, writes AISHA DODWELL, highlighting seven horrid examples
Tuesday 6th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
A CULTURAL cohesion review commissioned by the Tory government claimed yesterday that the pace and scale of immigration has made social integration and equality among Muslims worse.
Dame Louise Casey — who was brought in by former prime minister David Cameron to report on social...
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
by Steve Sweeney
SCHOOLS and colleges are not doing enough to promote racial equality, NASUWT’s black and minority ethnic teachers’ conference heard at the weekend.
The 500 delegates in Birmingham on Saturday heard that only 6 per cent of BME teachers felt...
Monday 5th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
RACISM and bullying has driven parcel workers to strike, their union said yesterday.
Staff at parcels firm UPS will stage two 24-hour walkouts on Wednesday and Friday next week after an 85 per cent mandate for industrial action.
The walkout, at UPS’s biggest depot in...
Thursday 1st Dec 2016
Doctors and Labour come out against plans
Wednesday 23rd Nov 2016
Blaming people from abroad for Britain’s problems is incoherent and damaging. The Tories’ hostile policies towards international students in our universities must be fought, writes DIANE ABBOTT
Saturday 19th Nov 2016
As the toxic rhetoric around immigration, border walls and refugees intensifies, Joana Ramiro speaks to REECE JONES on the violent human cost of militarising imaginary lines
Tuesday 15th Nov 2016
A BLACK child from an average background is 12 times less likely than an equivalent white child to become prime minister as an adult, according to a documentary aired by the BBC this weekend.
He or she would have a one in 17 million chance of leading the government, while a white child...
Saturday 12th Nov 2016