Babies under the age of one were among victims who have had racist abuse shouted at them, with some bullied youngsters saying they had worn make up to try to change the colour of their skin.
A neo-Nazi online forum amassed 800,000 visits in just one month, the prime minister will reveal today as Facebook announced it will restrict its service in the aftermath of the Christchurch massacre.
Twitter has blocked an account appearing to belong to Tommy Robinson, as the far-right leader attempts to build a campaign to become a European Member of Parliament.
Racist and religious hate crimes in London hit their highest levels in a year following the Christchurch mosque shootings, police data has revealed.
An anti-hate organisation used heat-reactive T-shirts to educate far right demonstrators about the heritage of England’s patron saint on St George’s Day.
Tell MAMA, a group that aims to tackle religious hate crime, handed out 100 T-shirts that champion diversity at a far right demonstration.
An anti-hate crime charity pranked far-right nationalists into campaigning for diversity during this year’s St George’s Day celebrations.
POLICE have swooped to arrest a man after a Muslim woman allegedly had her hijab torn off on a London Underground platform.
British Transport Police (BTP) have made the arrest after the racially aggravated incident was reported on Saturday morning on the Piccadilly Line at Turnpike Lane station.
Stratford TfL worker allegedly tells Muslim woman she can take balloons on train as long as she doesn’t ‘bomb them up’
The woman, who wears the niqab and has not been named, expressed her shock at the Stratford station worker’s Islamophobic statement but the TfL employee allegedly added with a smirk: “You can carry them as long as you don’t bomb them up.”
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