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Communities Minister, Andrew Stunell on Big Society tour

Swaminarayan Sanstha Mandir, Neasden

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Andrew Stunell has kicked off a tour
of local communities with visits to Black and Minority Ethnic projects. Continue reading

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House of Commons appoints first black female Chaplain

Known for anti-racism activism

The Rev Rose Hudson Wilkin has made history after being appointed the first black Vicar of Westminster. A person of huge integrity and compassion, she has a distinguished record of working with diverse communities. Previous to her celebrated appointment she was destined to become one of the first black women Bishop’s appointed by the Church of England. Remarkably, the appointment has attracted some controversy. Continue reading

A National Hate Campaign Against Mosques

Mosque's under attack

The rising nature of attacks on Mosques continues throughout the country. There is a worrying national campaign against the building of Mosques and existing Mosques are now forced to take security very seriously.

Almost a national sport, local campaigns are springing up all over the country opposing the building Mosques usually spearheaded by right wing racist groups. Continue reading

Sikh turbans banned in police firearms teams

Sikh police

The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) has ruled that Sikh police officers who wear turbans cannot join firearms teams. Officers can choose instead to wear a smaller head covering known as a patka, which will fit under a helmet. Continue reading

Religious leaders calls for a reassertion of Christian values in politics

Politics of the pew?

Over thirty Christian leaders including the former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey, Cardinal Obrien leader of the Catholic Church in Scotland and the high profile African Caribbean minister Rev David Shosanya from the London Baptist Association alongside others such as Yaqub Masih , Chairman, Pakistan Christian Concern and Michael Nazir-Ali the former Bishop of Rochester have come together to launch the Westminster Declaration 2010. Continue reading

Prevent and deter

Anwar Akhtar questions the government's approach

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Cop clashes with anti-racist group over TV comments

But Chief Constable Bettison has claimed his words were taken out of context

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