Hate crimes: Avoid polarising language, politicians urged

Hate crimes: Avoid polarising language, politicians urged
 

Westminster party leaders should tone down campaigning that has "polarised" the country and "legitimised hate", the equalities watchdog has said.
In a letter to all party leaders, the Equality and Human Rights Commission expresses concern about hate attacks that have taken place since the UK voted to leave the EU in June.
It calls for "accurate information and respectful debate" from politicians.
The Home Office said extra money had been allocated to tackle hate crime.
'Stains on society' The commission's letter, which is co-signed by the its chairman David... read more

 
27 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 59
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