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The myth of black britain

There are few things I find more annoying (and intellectually lazy) than the homogenising of groups on the grounds of...
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Integration and Dissatisfaction for British Ethnic Minorities

Integration and Dissatisfaction for British Ethnic Minorities

Welcome to third and final installment of my three-part blog series on the effects of social integration for the UK’s...
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Social Integration and Trust: Friendship and Employment Networks of British Ethnic Minorities

Social Integration and Trust: Friendship and Employment Networks of British Ethnic Minorities

Welcome to the second blog of my three-part series with All in Britain, which is modelled on the three main...
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Football and the anti-racism lobby

Football and the anti-racism lobby

Recently, The Times newspaper published what it called a “manifesto to fight racism” in football. This comes in the wake of a series of...
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Only human

Only human

Martin Parr is a delightful photographer. His bright, sweet shop sense of colour oozes fun, humour, eccentricity and a sense...
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Social Integration and Heightened Reporting of Discrimination

Social Integration and Heightened Reporting of Discrimination

Discrimination remains a hotly-debated issue in multi-ethnic, religiously diverse democracies such as the UK. The UK labour market continues to...
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Time to acknowledge the diversity of Leavers

Time to acknowledge the diversity of Leavers

We have heard a great deal from politicians and pundits over the last three years about how Leavers are bigots and...
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What has happened to David Lammy?

What has happened to David Lammy?

David Lammy used to be a politician who was worth listening to; an MP from a working class, African Caribbean...
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Don’t walk out if you disagree, argue!

Don’t walk out if you disagree, argue!

“Today the University of Bristol SPAIS held an event with Eric Kaufman (sic) who is an apologist for racism. And...
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In defence of dead white males

In defence of dead white males

A recent news item in The Times reported on the growing movement against studying ‘dead white men’ [DWM] and their...
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