Experts cited in No 10’s race report claim they were not properly consulted

Leading academics say they were not asked to produce new research for commission on racial disparities

Leading academics cited in the government’s controversial racial disparity report say they were not properly consulted, and claim that they were never tasked to produce new research specifically for the commission.

The commission’s report, released on Wednesday, notes that while racism and racial injustice do still exist; geography, family influence, socio-economic background, culture and religion all have a greater impact on life chances.

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