No 10’s race report widely condemned as ‘divisive’

Review set up after Black Lives Matter protests says family and socioeconomic background bigger factors than racism

A landmark report on racial disparity has been widely condemned by MPs, unions, and equality campaigners as “divisive” and a missed opportunity for systematic change.

Critics said the report by the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities had failed to acknowledge the “shocking disparities and shocking outcomes in health, education and housing” affecting minority communities in the UK.

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