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Labour MP's concern that party sounds 'muddled'
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Labour MP's concern that party sounds 'muddled'

Video: David Lammy says he is disappointed by the resignation of his Labour colleague Tristram Hunt and that his party has to Sky News, 1 week ago

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Oxford University accused of failing to deal with admissions racism

Former higher education minister David Lammy tells acrimonious Oxford debate unconscious bias remains a problem A former higher education minister has accused the University of Oxford of failing to adequately tackle racism caused by an unconscious ...
 The Guardian1 week ago MP criticises Oxford over 'unconscious bias'  Times Higher Education Supplement1 week ago
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David Lammy's Ethnic Minorities Report Shows Black People 'More Likely' To Be Jailed For Some Crimes

Black women were about 25% more likely than white women to be sent to prison at crown court. There is a significant disproportionality between being white and being black in Britain's criminal justice system, a Labour MP has said. David Lammy is ...
 Huffington Post UK2 months ago Ethnic minorities more likely to be jailed for some crimes, report finds  The Guardian2 months ago Black, Asian defendants more likely to be jailed in UK, says study  Yahoo! India2 months ago Black people more likely to be imprisoned than whites  Channel 42 months ago
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Blocking of Althea Efunshile from C4 board 'beggars belief', says MP

David Lammy criticises decision to stop black woman joining all-white board and calls for reasons to be made clear The former culture minister David Lammy has said the decision beggars belief and has called for the precise reasons to be revealed.
 The Guardian1 month ago Government blocks black woman from joining all-white C4 board  MSN UK1 month ago MPs condemn decision to block BME woman from Channel 4 board  The Guardian1 month ago May defends process that saw four white men join Channel 4 board  The Guardian1 month ago

No black academics in top British university roles for third successive year

David Lammy MP blasts shocking statistics as experts say lack of diversity mirrors problems in other sectors New data has shown there are no black academics in senior management positions, such as directors, managers and senior officials, in any ...
 Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development2 days ago Universities have not appointed a single black academic  NewsGrio2 days ago British universities employ no black academics in top roles, figures show  The Guardian3 days ago
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Tories and Labour thrash around to find a coherent Immigration policy

, with David Lammy and a crowd of senior Union and NGO figures calling for continued unlimited immigration, and Robert Goodwill, the Immigration Minister coming up with a scheme that will penalise business, restrict talent, yet do little to control ...
 UK Independence Party1 week ago Report suggests that there is a serious problem in the criminal justice system Dawn Butler  Foreign Affairs.co.nz2 months ago

Labour MP David Lammy enjoys Dele Alli and Spurs' win over Chelsea

Shortly after Dele Alli put an end to Chelsea's all-conquering winning streak, the inevitable post-match trolling was led by a slightly unlikely figure in the guise of Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy. On behalf of my constituents can I ...
 ESPN Soccernet2 weeks ago Labour MP relishes Spurs' win  ESPN.co.uk2 weeks ago
Equality and Human Rights Commission

Ethnic minorities more likely to end up in jail as Lammy review identifies disproportionality

MP David Lammy: 'Breeds culture of them and us' A major report author is questioning whether adult and young offenders from black and minority ethnic backgrounds (BMEs) who are more likely to be jailed for some crimes than their white ...
 PoliceProfessional.com2 months ago Race inequalities in the criminal justice system  Equality and Human Rights Commission1 month ago David Lammy's report: minorities more likely to go to prison than white defendants  Foreign Affairs.co.nz2 months ago Lammy Review on criminal justice discrimination: David Isaac responds  Equality and Human Rights Commission2 months ago
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Speech: David Lammy's speech to the National Police Conference

Authored article David Lammy's speech to the National Police Conference Thank you very much. Today I release some of the emerging findings from my review of race and the Criminal Justice System. So it is great to be here, with ...
 Government UK2 months ago Press release: Lammy review: emerging findings published  Government UK2 months ago Lammy review: emerging findings published  Wired-GOV2 months ago

Channel 4 boss attacks government interference after board veto

David Abraham criticises decision to reject only minority candidate and failure to clarify broadcaster's future Channel 4, the state-owned broadcaster whose future is under review, has accused the government of a worrying and unprecedented level of ...
 The Guardian1 month ago
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