It seems not everyone likes the John Lewis Christmas ad.
Zac Goldsmith must be giddy with glee, with all the glowing endorsements for his independent by-election campaign. Especially since the Ukippers have joined the bandwagon.
The British-Dutch company Unilever has been accused of racism after hiring a dark-skinned man to bathe in chocolate, to promote a chocolate brand.
Figures released by the National Police Chiefs’ Council today say that reporting of hate-crime in recent weeks has jumped by 42% across the country.
Paid up racist Donald Trump is yet again facing accusations of hate speech after calling for a blanket ban on Muslims travelling to the US — but at least he can count on the support from within the mainstream British politics.
UKIP’s former London mayoral candidate has followed the lead of MEP Amjad Bashir by quitting the party and accusing it of racial discrimination.
Disgraced former UKIP MEP Janice Atkinson, who is now allied to the far-right French National Front in the European Parliament, is looking for a new spin doctor in London.
A UKIP official who mocked murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence as “Saint Stephen” and claimed his mother, campaigner Doreen Lawrence, was “boring us all to tears” has been selected as a candidate. Pamela Preedy was the secretary of UKIP’s Redcar branch when she was exposed for a series of vile remarks about Lawrence, whose killing led to profound cultural […]
So the Tories down in Thurrock have decided to get into the race-baiting sewer, describing British-born half-Turkish UKIP MEP Tim Aker as ‘Timür’ (complete with umlaut) — a name he has not used since school. And in case anyone doesn’t get the point, they’ve helpfully stuck a picture of hook-handed terror preacher Abu Hamza alongside. […]
A Tory who caused outrage by suggesting that gypsy travellers should be “executed” has quit as a councillor. Alan Mellins — who made the comment to shocked colleagues and staff in the middle of a planning scrutiny meeting — issued the following statement: “It was never my intention to cause offence. The remark was irresponsible and […]