3174471 Black Lives Matter: We need to take measures against racism report, says David Lammy
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Thousands of people have anti-racism protests in the United Kingdom
labour criticised the PM's promise of a new Commission on racial Inequality , say, now is The Time to act is now, reviews.
the shadow justice Minister David Lammy Said The Plan lacked detail and was "written on the back of a fag-packet" to "alleviate" anti-racism protests.
Boris Johnson announced a cross-departmental Commission, "all aspects of the Inequality ".
He Said : "no-who cares about This Country " it could ignore the protests.
thousands of people marched in the UK as part of The Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
The Prime Minister Said he was setting up a Commission, on the Inequality , as it was "not only to say that we made great progress in the fight against racism".
He wrote: "It's a lot more that we need to do, and we will. It's time for a cross-governmental Commission on all aspects of Inequality in employment, in health status, in academic and in all other areas of life. "
questions about Inequality in health outcomes have been repeatedly raised, while the Corona-Virus-pandemic-showed by-numbers.
Mr Lammy Said A Number of studies of racial Inequality had already been carried out, including The Treatment of black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals in the Criminal Justice system, and Theresa May .
"You can understand why it feels like, once again, in the UK, we want numbers, data, but we don't want to act," he told BBC Radio 4 's Today programme.
"play Black People , are not victims, as Boris suggests, they are protesting just because The Time for review is over and The Time to act is now. "
Mr Lammy Said The Announcement lacked detail, because it was "to calm written on the back of a fag packet yesterday, The Black Lives matter protest".
"to be with The Action , legislate to Move - You are in the government, You are something," He Said , adding that the recommendations of the last review should be implemented. What work already has been done on racial Inequality in the UK?
the BBC's assistant political editor Norman Smith Said the new Commission would run from the Cabinet Office and report to the Prime Minister , and would be asked until the end of the work up to Christmas.
The Commission oversees Equalities Minister Kemi Badenoch , with independent members, which is also on The Panel . Your chair is not identified yet.
It will be the public evidence sessions and legislation to follow.
Mr Simon Woolley , founder of Operation Black Vote and the Advisory chair of the government's Race diversity unit, Said he was "encouraged" by The Announcement of The Commission .
However, He Said , they must lead to action and structural change, against the inequalities in the areas of employment, health and education of the pandemic.
work is also the Prime Minister for his speech criticized, after he told broadcasters that he wanted to "change The Narrative , so that we can stop The Sense of victimisation and discrimination".
Shadow equality Secretary Marsha de Cordova described this as "condescending" and "designed to himself and his government off The Hook ".
Mr Woolley also Said the sentence was "to be honest, unhelpful... unnecessary and partly harmful".
the Liberal Democrat equality spokeswoman, Christine Jardine , Said that The Commission was a "welcome first step", and The Black lives matter protests showed the work had to.
But she added: "His knowledge is not just another report on a shelf in Whitehall , the government must implement without delay. "
meanwhile, A Survey on people's attitudes to race in Britain, proposes that during the recent protests, the people are increasingly optimistic that the UK will be more tolerant and diverse.
when asked if they were optimistic the United Kingdom more tolerance and diversity in 10 Years would be polled, two-thirds of people told Ipsos Mori they were, up from half in 2009. And 84% of people strongly disagreed when asked whether someone is white, really British - from 55% ten years earlier. Anti-racism protesters in Bristol have moved a statue of a slave-dealer Edward Colston
Mr. Johnson to defend his article in the "Telegraph", The Statue of Winston Churchill in Parliament Square , which was spray-painted with The Words "was a racist" during the protests Last Weekend .
He Said , the "heavy points" addressed, and should be taken by anti-racism protesters seriously, what is mean, "wasting time" to the best of The Life and opinions of "any historical personality of horse riding currently being immortalized in bronze or stone".
the UK should not try to "re-write The Past " by removing historical symbols, he added.
"Can You fight racism, but let our heritage largely in peace. If we want to really change, there are democratic means available in This Country - thanks, by The Way , for Winston Churchill ," He Said .
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