TEACHERS warned of a “widespread failure” to tackle racism in schools yesterday as new statistics uncovered thousands of incidents in Scottish schools over the last five years.
A freedom of information request to Scottish councils revealed that around 3,000 incidents of...
Tuesday 2nd Aug 2016
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
MINISTERS’ deliberate use of hostile anti-immigrant rhetoric has fulled a rise in hate crime, civil rights group Liberty head Martha Spurrier warned yesterday.
Tory Prime Minister Theresa May is now reaping what she’s sown, having used divisive language during her six-year...
Monday 1st Aug 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Liberty and its new director Martha Spurrier have hit the nail firmly on the head in highlighting the role played by Theresa May and the Tory government in whipping up hate crime.
The number of reported incidents has been steadily increasing over recent years, with the single biggest...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Suspicions over the prison death of Texan black woman Sandra Bland have been revived after a local police officer accused colleagues of a cover-up.
Ms Bland (pictured) was found dead in a police cell three days after being pulled over by a traffic policeman, officially for failing to...
Saturday 30th Jul 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
Todmorden responds to spate of post-referendum abuse
Monday 25th Jul 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Burnley were forced to apologise to Bradford yesterday after one of their supporters was ejected from Saturday’s pre-season friendly at Valley Parade following an alleged racist incident.
The Premier League club have confirmed a visiting fan was ejected after a Bradford player...
posted by Morning Star in Sport
MURDOCH hatemonger Kelvin MacKenzie tried to defend himself yesterday for his digusting attack on a Muslim reporter covering the terror attack in Nice.
He claimed it was “reasonable” to condemn Channel 4 News for having headscarfwearing reporter Fatima Manji report from the...
Saturday 23rd Jul 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
MARGARET THATCHER demanded a clampdown on Asian men bringing second wives into the country, claiming Britain’s immigration rules discriminated in favour of the “coloured Commonwealth,” according to newly released government papers.
Files released by the National...
Thursday 21st Jul 2016
New initiative aims to make Premier League ‘universally popular’
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
A book of narratives and songs sheds new light on the horrific cost of emigration, slavery and transportation, says JAMES MILLER
posted by Morning Star in Arts