Met police to start recording ethnicity of people stopped in cars

Pilot launched after study suggested black people were six times more likely to be stopped than white people

Britain’s biggest police force will start recording the ethnicity of people stopped in their cars in a move aimed at stopping the alleged targeting of people for “driving while black”.

It follows a spate of cases last year when people were stopped and found to be innocent.

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