‘Racially stereotyping’ the white working class
Minister lets slip New Labour’s fear and mistrust of its own traditional voters. Read Mick Hume in The Times (London).
Tuesday 21 October:
‘Phil Woolas, the new Minister for Borders and Immigration, says that Labour needs “a tougher immigration policy” to reduce racial tensions. The problem, he told The Times, is that as recession looms “racial stereotyping becomes stronger”…’
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