Theresa May’s phoney race war is dangerous and divisive

Everyone should be worried about the way in which anti-racism is becoming weaponised across the political spectrum

Next month, Theresa May is expected to launch her long-awaited audit into racial disparities in public services. We are being prepared for the worst. Unnamed Whitehall insiders say that they have been ‘shocked’ by the picture it reveals of racial discrimination in the UK. All this suggests the scene is being set for another bout of political self-flagellation regarding the subject of race in Britain, in which half-truths are peddled by lobbyists and swallowed wholesale by officialdom.

Several studies have already shown that some ethnic groups experience different outcomes in policing, health, employment and education. There are many causes behind these disparities but the evidence will be carefully selected to suit a predetermined agenda.

How is this woman even considered a conservative?

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  • canminuteman

    This wasn’t a problem fifty years ago. I wonder why that was…?

  • Yo Mama

    This means more muzzies in senior positions in the police and military!!!

  • WalterBannon

    Britain needs a bout of hanging politicians for treason

  • Brett_McS

    Theresa May is the ultimate empty shell politician. She could be in literally any party.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Anti-racism is worse than the actual racism, by far.

  • simus1

    May is channeling Stanley Baldwin, a seemingly wonder boy Conservative politician in his time, beloved by all, but in hindsight an easy way out coward. His constant fixation involved preempting the complaints of far left whiners to forestall a mirage communist led revolution and running the forces on starvation budgets.

  • BillyHW

    She is a disgrace.

  • marty_p

    This plan is sure to work out – we have a great example in Canada. Anyone who has experienced the joy of calling Revenue Canada (CCRA) and speaking to a clerk with an East Indian accent so heavy they couldn’t be understood, knows what I am talking about.