Katharine Birbalsingh

Britain isn’t racist

Activists with placards march during a Black Lives Matter protest against racism in London (Getty images)

In the last few months we’ve been told that Britain is a fundamentally racist society, that the colour of your skin holds you back in life if you’re not white, that history, education and, in fact, all white people, are inherently racist. Too often, we hear this from the media, from universities and from many areas of the establishment.

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