April 5th local time, the Rev. Rt Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Britain’s first black female bishop, told the media that she told a report on race last week by the British government-backed Race and Ethnic Differences Committee. The censorship report of the government is worried.
On March 31, the British government commissioned the Race and Ethnic Differences Commission to issue a report that declared that there was insufficient evidence to prove that there was systematic and institutional racial discrimination in the United Kingdom, and that the educational and economic success of British minorities should be regarded as “models for other white countries”.
As soon as the report was published, it was criticized by public opinion in British society, saying that the report was exaggerated and that Britain was by no means a “lighthouse” country on racial issues.
Hudson Wilkin told the media that it is true equality in Britain when black people can become customers of public places, not just cleaners and waiters.