• Appearing on BBC South Politics Show

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  • Black voters can decide who wins the next general election

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  • It’s not women who need to toughen-up it’s the party’s commitment to gender balance that needs toughening

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  • All-Black shortlists are achievable and necessary

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  • Which parties will win the race to the Black vote?

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  • Local parties need to take action now to address lack of diversity in council chambers

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  • White City needs another Browne

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  • Black communities hold keys to Downing Street

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  • Where were the Liberals when we needed them?

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  • #census2011 reveals a widening gap in race inequality

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  • In praise of Marisha Ray

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  • Jasper is the new Bernie Grant – Galloway

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  • Obama second term should be catalyst for Diaspora to demand rights

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  • Lord David Pitt the pioneer

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  • Lib Dems and Lewisham byelection

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  • Tories reverting to type as they axe the A-list

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  • Vince Cable promises better BME representation

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  • Could Chuka Umunna lead Labour? Yes he can!

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  • Labour’s frontbench is hardly more diverse than the Government

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  • What the reshuffle means for race equality UPDATED!

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  • Who was the first ethnic minority MP?

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  • No leading black councillors in Britain

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  • Britain’s “Obama moment” 25 years ago demands reflection

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  • Frustrated that Boris won again? Don’t get mad, get organised.

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  • Reflecting London’s diversity: how the Lib Dems compare to Labour

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  • They’ve got a lovely bunch of coconuts

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  • Bernie’s dream still a long way off

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