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Conservative Party Conference | What did the prime minister commit to during his speech?

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During his 45 minute speech, the Prime Minister committed to a "levelling up premium" aimed at attracting the best mathematics and science teachers to areas of the country where they were most needed. However, this was the only clear policy outlined.

Electoral Reform Society call for greater scrutiny of the elections bill

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Among several issues that have been raised with the elections bill have been the fact that it would:

A Quick Ting On: Young black authors talk black history, Afrobeats, plaintain and more in new series

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by Mayowa Ayodele

When speaking to the Evening Standard, Candice Brathwaite commented that the country had yet to scratch the surface of black British writing talent. Given this, you’ll be pleased to know that October will see the launch of A Quick Ting On, the first ever non-fiction book series dedicated to celebrating and exploring black British culture.

Labour Party Conference | What did Keir Starmer commit to during his speech?

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Introduced by Baroness Lawrence, Labour leader Keir Starmer took aim at the government's decision to withdraw the universal credit uplift while also presenting his vision for a future Labour government during his 90-minute speech. However, there was little on how the party would directly tackle many of the racial inequalities exposed over the past 18 months. 

Betty Campbell: Statue of Wales' first black headteacher unveiled in Cardiff

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by Mayowa Ayodele

The last year has seen unprecedented attention placed on the individuals the nation chooses to honour and place on a pedestal, but the decision to erect a statue for Wales’ first black headteacher has been unanimously welcomed.

Organ donation week: Find time to donate, Hilaria Asumu urges

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“There are a lot of people waiting for somebody to give them that second chance at life.”

During an interview with New Style Radio, Hilaria Asumu commented on the work she is undertaking to educate people on the realities of organ donation.

Ethnicity Pay Gap: Five key points from the debate in parliament

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by Mayowa Ayodele

After an e-petition garnered over 130,000 signatures, it was announced in July that a debate on the Ethnicity Pay Gap would take place in September. Years of campaigning by groups such as the #EthnicityPayGap campaign team have helped keep the issue on the national agenda. These are the key takeaways from the debate on Monday.

Praise continues to pour in for Emma Raducanu

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Where British sporting accomplishment is concerned it's difficult to imagine many eighteen-year-olds having had better weeks than Emma Raducanu. In fact it's difficult to imagine anyone, of any age, having had a weekend quite like this. Her victory over Leylah Fernandez has made her the first British woman to win a singles grand slam since Virginia Wade in 1977 - nearly 50 years ago.

The response which has followed has been monumental. 

Pathway 2021: Opening days of the flagship residential fly by

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Two days in, and the 2021 Pathway to Success residential feels like it's flown by.

Jamii name first winner of out-of-home Black business campaign

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TrimIt
, the UK's first app-powered Mobile Barbershop has been announced as the first winner of a national ad campaign looking to boost public engagement with Black-owned businesses.  

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