Posts Tagged ‘Diversity’

The time and place for an all-BAME shortlist is now in Edmonton

by Jon Lansman.

In the last few days, Andy Love has announced that after 18 years as an MP, he will not be standing again in Edmonton. It is a very diverse north London constituency with a majority of almost 10,000 or about 24%, with a wide range of ethnic minorities comprising 73% of the population. Labour has an […]

Migrants need solidarity, not hostility

by Mike Phipps.

It’s always satisfying when a government minister is forced to resign on grounds of hypocrisy. This applies particularly to Immigration Minister Mark Harper, the man who brought us last summer’s “Go home or face arrest” vans in multicultural areas of London. He was forced to quit after admitting employing a cleaner without checking her documents […]

Maximum diversity, maximum choice

by Jon Lansman.

You can make a difference to Labour’s Leadership election.  Whoever you’re thinking of voting for, Labour deserves the widest possible choice. What does it say to Labour voters if we choose from a list of white male Oxbridge graduates? Diversity was hardly a feature of Labour’s election campaign. The brothers Millband are safely there and […]

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