Ugly return of racism

July 2016
Eastern Eye;7/1/2016, Issue 1360, p8
An editorial is presented in which the author discusses an increase in the racial attack on minority community in Great Britain, following Brexit referendum 2016, Great Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, and negative impact of Brexit on immigration.


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