There is ‘no evidence of institutional racism’ in Britain, according to report by UK Government’s Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities

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The commission was formed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the wake of worldwide Black Lives Matter protests last summer. Its first report suggests that while Britain is not a ‘post-racial society’, it can be seen as a beacon for other white-majority countries in terms of parity in education and the economy.

There is criticism of some of the findings, including the claim that, while there was anecdotal evidence of racism, the commission found no evidence of ‘actual institutional racism’.

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