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Top stories of the week

Most-ReadHere are the top stories on OBV Blog over the past week (2nd to 8th November 2009)

1.Resignations for Labour – a silver lining for the Tories (Second week in the top ten for Winsome Grace Cornish‘s story about political defections)

2. Pick ‘n mix approach lacks culture (Lester Holloway gives his personal observations about Channel 4’s programme: Is It Better To Be Mixed Race?

3. BHM celebration in pictures (Photographs of Operation Black Vote’s Black History Month event)

4. Top uni reappoints OBV’s director as a lecturer (Nottingham University pleased to ask Simon Woolley to continue as a visiting lecturer)

5. Sorry, Samir, race is an issue (Simon Woolley responds to an article in The Spectator by former Runnymede Trust chair Samir Shah)

6. The ball is in the court of our generation (Alexander Tetanta of Voice of Africa radio lays out his vision)

7. Haley’s comet flies out of Labour’s orbit (Friday’s exclusive about the deselection of one of Britain’s leading Black councillors)

8. Today, Brent Central… tomorrow, Brent Central (Dawn Butler and Sarah Teather both raise issues of discrimination against Caribbean people)

9. Smooth operator (Oona King tipped as possible candidate for London mayor)

10. Lammy calls for probe into councillor deselections (Saturday’s exclusive has already made it into the top ten)



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