We have had the usual leftists whingers pick apart the report into racism in this country and commissioned by the UK Government stating they do not accept it. Bit like the remainers really because it didn’t go their way so they refuse to accept it, and how ungracious and childish as some of the best people in this country have produced this report and of which 90% of the board were from ethnic backgrounds…so are the whinging left saying these people are racist? It is always the same with these people because if it is not to their narrative…then they refuse to see that there could be another side. How blinkered are these people and to think they are in politics…..that is the scariest of thoughts. Time to drain another swamp I think….the leftist one.

I have picked out the recommendations to publish and will be writing up my own thoughts on this, but it actually reads really well and no wonder the Left hate it. It picks apart their victim mentality and has put the stoppers on them howling with the hue and cry that we are a racist country, when the majority know we are not but that is not what the likes of Sadiq Khan, Diane Abbott, Sir Keir knee bending Starmer and the usual bandwagon jumping MPs politicians wanted as they cannot shout it from the rooftops….

Its almost like snot nosed kids in the playground saying if you don’t do it my way then you cannot play because its my rules….. When are they ever going to stand up for this country instead of hating the very place that has given them so much opportunity….it is shameful that any of these whingers are in the positions they are in and not because of their colour but because they hate anything British and that is shameful.

Anyway….here are the recommendations..

Recommendation 1: Challenge racist and discriminatory actions,

Fund the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to use its compliance, enforcement, and litigation powers to challenge policies or practices that either cause significant and unjust racial disadvantage or arise from racial discrimination. Separately, Government should consider the complex issue of online abuse as a public policy priority,

Recommendation 2: Review the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) inspection process, Review the CQC’s approach to including disparities in the experiences, progression and disciplinary actions taken against ethnic minority staff in their inspections of healthcare providers.

Recommendation   3: Improve the transparency and use of artificial intelligence Issue guidance that clarifies how to apply the Equality Act to algorithmic decision-making and require transparency for public sector bodies when such is applied to decision making concerning individuals.

Recommendation   4: Bridge divides and create partnerships between the police and communities Develop a minimum standard framework for independently chaired community ‘Safeguarding Trust’ groups that scrutinise and problem-solve alongside policing, and independently inspect forces against this minimum standard.

Recommendation   5: Improve training to provide police officers with practical skills to interact with communities Develop a strategy to improve the efficacy and implementation of stop and search, and de-escalation training ensuring a consistent approach is taken by all police force areas.

Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities: The Report 13 PROMOTE FAIRNESS

Recommendation 6: Replicate the factors of educational success for all communities Invest in meaningful and substantial research to understand and replicate the underlying factors that drive success of high performing groups.

Recommendation 7: Invest in proven interventions through better targeted funding Systematically target disparities in education outcomes between disadvantaged pupils and their peers through funding, considering geographical variation, ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status.

Recommendation 8: Advance fairness in the workplace Develop resources and evidence-based approaches of what works to advance fairness in the workplace, and which are readily available to employers.

Recommendation 9: Investigate what causes existing ethnic pay disparities Require publication of a diagnosis and action plan for organisations who choose to publish ethnicity pay figures. These should set out the reasons why any disparities exist and what will be done to address them.

Recommendation   10: Improve understanding of the ethnicity pay gap in NHS England Undertake a strategic review of the causes of disparate pay across NHS England and spell out the measures that might meaningfully address any disparities. Recommendation

11: Establish an Office for Health Disparities Establish a new office to properly target health disparities in the UK, focusing on research, communications, and expertise to reduce health inequalities across all groups.

Recommendation 12: Prevent harm, reduce crime, and divert young people away from the criminal justice system Develop an evidence-based pilot that diverts offences of low-level Class B drug possession into public health services.

Recommendation 13: Build social and cultural capital – enrichment for all Phase in an extended school day prioritising disadvantaged areas to provide pupils with the opportunity to engage in physical and cultural activities that enrich lives and build social and cultural capital.

Recommendation 14: Increase legitimacy and accountability of stop and search through body-worn video Increased scrutiny of body-worn video footage of stop and search encounters, with senior officer involvement required in cases where interactions are of concern and need improvement.

Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities: The Report 14 CREATE AGENCY

Recommendation 15: Empower pupils to make more informed choices to fulfil their future potential Issue guidance to higher education institutions to help reduce disparities in applications at an earlier stage and monitored for effectiveness.

Recommendation 16: Open up access to apprenticeships Create a targeted apprenticeships campaign to inform young people facing discrimination or disadvantage of the full range of career pathways open to them and encourage them to take up apprenticeships in growth sectors.

Recommendation 17: Encourage innovation Pilot a new enterprise programme to nurture talent and encourage innovation, targeted at aspiring entrepreneurs from underrepresented and low-income backgrounds across the UK.

Recommendation 18: Improve safety and support for children at risk Develop a digital solution to signpost and refer children and young people at risk of, or already experiencing criminal exploitation, to local organisations who can provide support.

Recommendation 19: Undertake a ‘support for families’ review Undertake a review to investigate and take action to address the underlying issues facing families. This Commission has identified this as a significant contributing factor to the experience of disparities.


Recommendation   20: Making of modern Britain: teaching an inclusive curriculum Produce high-quality teaching resources, through independent experts, to tell the multiple, nuanced stories of the contributions made by different groups that have made this country the one it is today.

 Recommendation   21: Create police workforces that represent the communities they serve Introduce a local residency requirement for recruitment to each police force area, with the College of Policing developing guidance to support implementation.

Recommendation   22: Equip the police service to serve the needs of their local communities Design and evaluate recruitment pilots that match candidates’ life skills with the needs of the communities they serve in their local areas.

Recommendation   23: Use data in a responsible and informed way Develop and publish a set of ethnicity data standards to improve understanding and information gathering, reducing the opportunity for misunderstanding and misuse.

Recommendation 24: Disaggregate the term ‘BAME’ Stop using aggregated and unhelpful terms such as ‘BAME’, to better focus on understanding disparities and outcomes for specific ethnic groups.

Full Recommendations Led by evidence, the Commission has put forward 24 recommendations that will improve the lives and experiences of individuals and communities across the UK.

The Commission recognises that health, education, training and skills, justice and policing are reserved matters for the Devolved Administrations.

Any action taken to implement them will, therefore, need to be mindful of these considerations to this report and its recommendations will require discussion with devolved administrations.

 These recommendations work to forward 4 overarching aims:

• to build trust between different communities and the institutions that serve them

• to promote greater fairness to improve opportunities and outcomes for individuals and communities

• to create agency so individuals can take greater control of the decisions that impact their lives

• to achieve genuine inclusivity to ensure all groups feel a part of UK society.