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Multiculturalism in the UK was rejected long ago | Letters

It is true that Lord Parekh’s report and its vision of multiculturalism was rejected by Conservatives (‘Crude racism’ fuelled by Tory rejection of multiculturalism, says

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Sajid Javid tells of racial abuse growing up as he urges ECB to do more

Sajid Javid has said he was racially abused almost every day at school when he was growing up, as he urged the England and Wales

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Campaigners warn over ‘Kevin’ nickname reported by Azeem Rafiq

Azeem Rafiq’s testimony to MPs detailed the overt and devastating racism that he alleged was the norm at Yorkshire county cricket club. The constant use

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Azeem Rafiq gives evidence to MPs in DCMS cricket racism hearing – live

This timeline from PA Media helps illustrate Azeem Rafiq’s long road to this point: 2 September 2020 In an interview with ESPNcricinfo, former England Under-19

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What exactly do Ian Botham and John Cleese offer ‘global Britain’?

It’s easy to find out when Ian Botham last played cricket, because there is Wisden, but it’s hard to find out when John Cleese was

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Ian Botham as trade envoy? Never fear, its a job even Prince Andrew could do | Marina Hyde

I am disappointed to note that a certain mirth has attended the news that Beefy Botham has been made a UK trade envoy. There seems

Cricket Health Politics Sports

‘Temporary’ Brexit plans made to last a long time | Brief letters

I note that the Department for Transport spokesperson referred to special provisions for dealing with Brexit congestion as “temporary” in the announcement that the provisions

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Boris in isolation? There is a God after all | Brief letters

Ebony Rainford-Brent (The Hundred has won me over but it remains a gamble for cricket in England, 17 July) sees the potential of the new

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Northern Ireland victims’ families condemn plan to end Troubles prosecutions

Relatives of people killed during the Northern Ireland Troubles have condemned the government’s plan to end all criminal prosecutions as a death knell to their