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More than one million Muslims will be sporting poppies this weekend to mark Remembrance Sunday despite the bitter opposition of Islamist hardliners, research disclosed tonight. Some radical voices argue that poppy-wearing, ceremonies to commemorate
January 23, 2013 Though multi-reedist Courtney Pine has been playing soprano for almost 30 years, this is the first occasion he's recorded an entire album with the instrument. Following his bass clarinet adventures on the European roots album Europa (
I went back to the house where I grew up to look behind the statistics and see how the area had changed This is different. Forty five per cent of Londoners describe themselves as "white British", according to the census , a drop from the 58% in 2001.
Black male headteachers in Britain's state schools number just 30 Department for Education's figures lead one headteacher to accuse teaching profession of institutional racism The black male headteacher figures show historical inequalities, says
British shoppers demonstrate their good sense during sale times When I peruse what is left on shop clothes' rails at sale time I can't help feeling a bit proud of myself and my fellow-countrywomen. Even in slovenly Britain, there are some items that
Asian households have no savings highlighting a huge racial wealth gap in Britain, a leading race equality think tank has said. The figures, from the Department of Work and Pensions, reveal that only 33 percent of white people are in the same boat.
I'll tick the 'African' box I'll declare I'm not just a colour and want to be defined by history ' Say it loud! I'm black and I'm proud! " Those were the words of James Brown during the black power era of 60s America, defiantly casting aside the
UK schools with Victorian-style teaching which alienates them, an educator has said. The Voice that this style of teaching, where mostly white teachers cover mainly European-related subject matters, is hurting the education potential of black
Despite the encouraging decline in the use of permanent exclusion over recent years, fixed-term exclusions are still over-used and boys of black Caribbean heritage remain the most likely to suffer according to children's charity Barnardo's. The
The elite university recruited more than 3,000 students last year and almost 90 per cent of them were white. Trevor Philips, chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission described the record of recruiting ethnic students to the country's top