Sajid Javid: Discrimination based on race, religion or culture is not acceptable Sajid Javid outlines tougher measures against hate crime
Eastern Eye Staff
The newly appointed communities minister Sajid Javid has vowed to make it as easy as possible for victims of hate crime to report incidents following a surge in attacks post Brexit. The politician, who was recently appointed into Theresa May’s cabinet, made the comments on Thursday (July 21) during his visit to a west London Polish community centre which was daubed with racist graffiti days after the referendum vote. He told Eastern Eye that he found the attack “abhorrent”. He said his visit to the site in Hammersmith was taking place to show his solidarity with the Polish community and…
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