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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.

BBC 2018 sports personality of the year: How did Hamilton not win?

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When Lewis Hamilton won the Formula One  world championship for the 5th time this year, he not only became the greatest British F1 driver ever, he also became the best driver of his generation, and undoubtedly one of the very best the sport of as ever seen.

When Naomi met Dotun

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When I met her at the Dorchester Hotel in central London last week, Naomi Campbell was in a strident mood. She means business.

“Some sections of the media seem to be determined to portray me as an angry black woman, and it’s got to stop.”

She means it. She’s not playing. Not this time. She’s sending out a warning and, no doubt, she has a plan as to how to make the media tell the truth about how she behaves and what her intentions are.

Solidarity with Black Women targeted by the far right

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I was honoured to speak at the recent Operation Black Vote meeting featuring Cecile Kyenge MEP who is being targeted by the Italian League party who are suing her for calling out racism. It is an alarming measure of the rise of the far right who feel emboldened to target Cecile, the only African descent member of European Parliament.

Raheem Sterling calls out racism in English football

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Raheem Sterling is right to call out the extreme racism that has once again infected parts of English football.

Sterling not only calls the abuse out but also points the finger at the British media for the constant negative stereotyping Black footballers are subjected to by certain sections of the press.

Michael Caines: Black Michelin-Starred Chef

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Michael Caines, one of the most famous Black British Chef, was born into a family of a white English mother and a Black Dominican father. Weeks after Caines was born, he was adopted by a white couple because his biological mother’s parents were very against mixed-race marriage.

Saving Frank Wang: customers rally around popular coffee seller forced to sell equipment

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After 15 years serving coffee to a loyal band of customers outside Bethnal Green Underground station, Frank Wang arrived at his roadside stall one morning to discover he had been closed down without warning.

The opening of a new restaurant in previously derelict public toilets adjacent to Wang’s pitch sparked a safety review by Transport for London, which deemed it unsafe for him to continue to serve coffee so close to the stairs into the station. More information on Tfl can be found here: https://tfl.gov.uk/

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