Britain’s ethnic bias revealed


by Lauren Codling BEING male, a Leave voter and a Conservative party supporter are all associated with a higher possibility of an individual labelling themselves as “racially prejudiced”, new research has found. The study, released by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), found that British men who support the Conservative party and who voted leave in the EU referendum are more likely to describe themselves as “racially prejudiced”. Robert Ford, professor of political sciences at the University of Manchester, told Eastern Eye on Tuesday (3) that some Leave voters could see the vote as an endorsement of their own…

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