Saturday, 3 April 2021
Not quite what we would usually class as music, but it is remarkably pleasant to sit back and enjoy the current bout of inflamed incoherence from race hustlers.
The authors of a government-backed report on racial disparity have hit back at the widespread backlash of its findings, claiming that disagreement with the review has been "tipped into misrepresentation"...
The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities - which was appointed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in response to last summer's Black Lives Matter protests - published its 258-page report on inequality in Britain on Wednesday.
The authors have defended the review after accusations that it put a "positive spin" on slavery, claiming in a statement that any suggestion it had done so was "as absurd as it is offensive".