Britain is institutionally racist – it shouldn’t fall on Black footballers to point it out

Support us and go ad-free Content warning: this article contains descriptions of racist language The disgusting racism that followed England’s Euro 2020 final isn’t just proof that football is racist. It’s yet more proof that the UK itself is institutionally racist at all levels. And it shouldn’t have to fall upon young Black footballers to …
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A slight case of Mercer: the fall of a veterans’ minister

Johnny Mercer, the former Royal Artillery captain turned veterans minister, is out of a job. And the snarly ex-soldier isn’t very happy about it. Politics, he says, is a ‘cesspit of distrust’. “You can’t unring the bell. You can’t see it and say, we’ll just let that slide and climb the greasy pole in politics.”@JohnnyMercerUK …
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Registered deaths fall below five-year average for first time in six months

The number of registered deaths in England and Wales has fallen below the average for this time of year for the first time in six months, figures show. There were 10,987 deaths from all causes registered in the week ending March 12, down 605 deaths from the previous week, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) …
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DIS-UNITY DAY: Germany Divided 31 Years After Fall of Berlin Wall

GERMANY was divided on it’s national day of Unity marking the countries re-unification following the Cold War. As German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and many others from around the German nation gathered for an ecumenical service at the St Peter and Paul church in Potsdam, south-west of Berlin mass protests were seen on …
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