Ain’t no black in the UKIP pack?

Now we know for sure. After their stunning, and literally historic victory in the Clacton by-election and unexpected success in the North West on the same day, there is now electoral ‘proof’ – if any were still needed – that UKIP are likely to have a significant impact on the outcome of the general election in May 2015.

So what does this mean for minority ethnic communities in Britain, as the political centre of gravity drifts to the right? Read More

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A Human Zoo For The ‘Post Racial’ 21st Century

Brett Bailey and the new white supremacy by Simon Woolley I guess it’s one way to get international fame, lauded by liberals, and thanked by Black actors for getting some miserly short term employment. But in the real world for the vast majority of Black Britons, and other Africans on main land Europe -where this… Read More