Racism has become more acceptable since Brexit vote, United Nations warns

Extreme views are gaining ground in mainstream political parties, special rapporteur says.

Racism and religious intolerance has become more acceptable in Britain in the wake of the Brexit referendum, a United Nationsexpert has warned.

At the end of an 11-day visit investigating the impact of Brexit on racial equality in the UK, the UN special rapporteur on racism reported a “notable shift” in attitudes.

“A Brexit-related trend that threatens racial equality in the UK has been the growth in the acceptability of explicit racial, ethnic and religious intolerance,” said E Tendayi Achiume.

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One thought on “Racism has become more acceptable since Brexit vote, United Nations warns

  • 19th May 2018 at 8:36 am

    Very disingenuous.

    Yes, there’s more racism in the UK now. It’s been imported by immigrants from nations who hate each other and who hate Jews – Africans, Arabs and Asians particularly.


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