TRADE UNIONISTS must “raise their sights” and fight like never before for values of tolerance and equality in post-Brexit Britain, Frances O’Grady said yesterday.
Speaking at Unite’s policy conference, the TUC general secretary criticised the Remain campaign for...
Thursday 14th Jul 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
More than 3,000 reported in the last two weeks of June
Saturday 9th Jul 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
A POLISH family targeted by racist arsonists spoke out yesterday about the torrent of abuse they have suffered since the EU referendum.
The Plymouth-based family were forced to flee their home on Thursday morning when a fire was started deliberately in a shed next to their house.
posted by Morning Star in Britain
SCOTLAND YARD received 232 hate crime reports in the five days following the EU referendum, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said yesterday.
Eight targeted Poles or other Europeans, while 23 of the total are thought to be related to the referendum.
Wednesday 6th Jul 2016
POLICE are hunting racists who defiled with graffiti a monument in Plymouth commemorating the life of former Labour leader Michael Foot.
The stone tribute to the socialist, who led the party from 1980 to ’83, was daubed with swastikas and references to the British National Party...
Tuesday 5th Jul 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
FLOWERS and stickers were handed out outside London stations yesterday to show solidarity with people affected by post-EU referendum discrimination and abuse.
The “unity events” organised by community group London Citizens spread messages such as “Love London, no room...
by Alan Jones
A SHOW of solidarity for victims of racist and xenophobic abuse will be held today outside rail and Tube stations.
The series of “unity events” has been launched following the EU referendum result, which sparked a sharp rise in hate attacks...
Monday 4th Jul 2016
On the road with Attila the Stockbroker
Saturday 2nd Jul 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Racists and the far right feel emboldened by the EU referendum result. We must all stand in solidarity against them, says ZITA HOLBOURNE
posted by Morning Star in Features
LEAVE campaigners have been too slow to condemn xenophobic incidents, a prominent imam said yesterday as hate crimes and racial abuse following the Brexit vote continued to soar.
Leeds Makkah Mosque’s senior imam Qari Asim said: “I am deeply concerned about the rise of...
Friday 1st Jul 2016