Kimberly Wyatt has revealed that she hasn't had a relationship with her parents since they fell out over their racist views. The singer and Celebrity Masterchef winner said on the Power of Women TV's She Speaks series that she
The London-based doctor smiles as he poses in his scrubs, before changing into a black hoodie
A local authority has postponed the removal of a statue of Robert Baden-Powell, as residents vow to protect it from protesters. Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council had announced that the statue of the founder of the Scout Movement
Black Lives Matter has re-opened wounds from centuries of trauma. How do we protect Black minds as we strive to protect Black lives?
British actor Jason Wong says he was racially discriminated in a newsagents in London by a shopper who feared he could have coronavirus because of his Chinese descent. Mr Wong, who starred in Guy Ritchie's latest movie The Gentlemen, said
Detectives investigating a racist assault on a student by attackers shouting about the coronavirus have released CCTV images of four men. Singaporean Jonathan Mok, 23, wrote on Facebook that he was set upon by a group of men and a woman as he
Gareth Southgate's men stood firm in the face of sickening racism as England thrashed Bulgaria on a night of shame in Sofia. The Three Lions took a giant stride towards Euro 2020 as they bounced back from Friday's shock loss in the
Oklahoma City TV news anchor Alex Housden apologized to her black coworker Jason Hackett for joking that he resembles a gorilla.
The South Sudanese-Australian model shared an image of the magazine feature, which consists of a double page spread, to her 501,000 followers on Instagram.
Donald Trump has said he was unhappy with his supporters chanting "send her back" after he criticised a young Democratic congresswoman who he suggested should leave the US. Speaking in the Oval Office, the US president claimed he tried
BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty has voiced fury over US President Donald Trump's recent tweets telling four female Democratic politicians to "go back" to the countries from which they came. It came after Munchetty and fellow host
US President Donald Trump has insisted his tweets suggesting four Democratic congresswomen return to their countries "were not racist". He also appealed to fellow Republicans to "not show weakness" and to resist a House
Donald Trump has refused to apologise after saying four congresswomen should go back to the "broken and crime infested" countries they came from, ignoring the fact they are all American citizens and three were born in the US. Even as