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Pension freeze for minorities who retire abroad

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People who retire to countries such as India, Pakistan, Trinidad &Tobago, Grenada, Nigeria and Kenya are not entitled to their full pension payout, unlike those retiring and staying in the UK and Europe.

People from Black and minority ethnic (BME) background who retire to certain countries will have their state pension frozen for the duration of their retirement and this will have a detrimental effect on future of BME finances according to a report by equality think tank Runnymede Trust.

Four YouTubers-Being Black And Gay

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“It controls the minds of the masses” Malcom X once wisely said. Connecting social, political and cultural issues, the media is a power of its own. Mainstream media touches everyone in one way or another and it helps shape ones belief and values. The media creates meanings of gender, race and sexuality and plays a significant role on how we understand sexuality, sexual orientation and race. This often leads to stereotypes and prejudices amongst certain groups of people, propelled by mainstream media.

Anti-Semitism: Shah and Livingstone both wrong

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The Labour party are right to have suspended the Bradford MP Naz Shah and the former London Mayor Ken Livingstone for remarks that were anti-Semitic and extremely inflammatory.

Activists send open letter to David Lammy

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Press Release: Embargo -Thursday, April 28th 2016 00.01 am

An Open Letter to the Rt. Honourable David Lammy MP concerning the Parliamentary Review of racial bias and BAME representation in Criminal Justice system

Green Party Launches BAME Manifesto

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The Green Party has introduced its BAME manifesto that will support and value BAME Londoners

London is a wonderful, vibrant and diverse city, which should provide everyone with an equal opportunity to find work, gain an education and build a home. Ethnicity, race or faith should not predetermine poorer outcomes in life, yet currently in London it all too often does,”

those were just some of the wise words Green candidate for Mayor of London, Sian Berry said.

Riyad Mahrez Makes History After Scoring His 17th Goal

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Dedicating the prize to all his Leicester teammates, Riyad Mahrez became the first African to be named English football player of the year on April 24th.

The 25-year-old Mahrez was presented with this prestigious award at the Grosvenor Hotel in London on Sunday after scoring 17 goals and 11 assists in the Foxes' fairytale campaign. Mahrez was flown by helicopter to the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) ceremony in London on the weekend that the leaders beat Swansea 4-0.

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