UK no longer ‘rigged against ethnic minorities’ says new report

The UK is no longer a country where the “system is deliberately rigged against ethnic minorities”, a landmark review commissioned in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement has argued.

The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities said geography, family influence, socio-economic background, culture and religion all impact life chances more than racism.

Broadcaster Afua Adom told talkRADIO’s Ian Collins: “If black African children are doing so well at school, which they are…why doesn’t that translate into getting into top universities and why doesn’t it translate to being top executives at companies.”


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