Stories of our times
by The Times
April 13, 2021 1:00 pm
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At the end of last month, we saw the release of the Race and Ethnic disparities report, it was controversial and many called into question its integrity. Today we dissect it.
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-Dr Mohammad S. Razai, Clinician and academic fellow at St. George’s University of London.
-Simon Woolley, Baron Woolley of Woodford and director of Operation Black Vote.
-Kehinde Andrews, Author of The New Age of Empire.
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