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Most-ReadHere are the top blogs over the past week (21st – 27th September 2009) on this site…

1. Last chance to save race laws (Campaign group Equanomics appeal for the public to respond to a government consultation amid fears that Britain’s race laws are to be watered-down)

2. Diversity rises up Lib Dem agenda (A blog from Bournemouth on Lib Dem efforts to gain Black MPs)

3. Things have only got whiter (Marc Wadsworth says the cause of Black political representation has gone backwards)

4. Tyne for a change (Some good news, as Chi Onwurah gets selected as a Labour candidate in Newcastle. She speaks to OBV Blog)

5. Trevor Phillips demands an end to ethnic employment gap (Equalities supremo speaks out)

6. Nosegbe ahead in Labour race (Florence Nosegbe targets a Westminster seat)

7. OBV cartoon corner (First of our weekly cartoons from Tim)

8. Top award for civil servant (Selvin Brown wins ‘civil servant of the year’ prize)

9. Prepare for a new era of equality in the UK (Dr Theo Gavrielides, chief executive of Race on the Agenda argues that the government’s Equalities Bill is a step forward)

10. The Lib Dems need to catch up (OBV’s Simon Woolley says there’s no excuse for the Lib Dems not to have Black MPs)

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