People in ethnic minority groups should be considered clinically extremely vulnerable, experts have said in a paper highlighting how systemic racism is driving health inequalities.
The Government has set out sweeping proposals to tackle mental health inequalities including the disproportionate detention of people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
Men from ethnic minority groups may have experienced worse mental health declines than white men in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic, research suggests.
The eating habits of some people from the subcontinent has left them in “no good state” to fight coronavirus, a health minister has warned.
The UK “cannot duck” challenges of tackling inequalities of health, ethnicity, education and occupation post-coronavirus, a review is warning.
Former umpire Ismail Dawood hopes his role in a discrimination claim against the England and Wales Cricket will help move the sport from “convenient truths” and “fancy rhetoric” towards meaningful and lasting change.
The lack of data taken around ethnic minorities in Britain during the pandemic could be putting lives at risk, health experts have warned.
Significant wealth gaps between different ethnic groups in the UK are likely to continue without changes to wealth taxes and more targeted support for first-time house buys from poorer backgrounds, according to a new report.
A Syrian child refugee has said she hopes to become a doctor to “make people feel happy” after being given the chance of a new life in the UK.
Understanding issues within minority ethnic communities will be “absolutely vital” to the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine, a GP has said as a study into vaccine attitudes is launched.
Black students who attend universities with lower entry requirements are more likely to drop out of degree courses than their peers, analysis suggests.
People from minority ethnic backgrounds or with lower incomes are less likely to take the coronavirus vaccine, research suggests.
Australia will ask the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to intervene in its dispute with China over barley and expects other nations to become involved in the case, the country’s trade minister said on Wednesday.
Cambridge’s first Sky Bet League Two victory in six matches was overshadowed after a small number of spectators booed as the players took the knee before kick-off.
Vaccine misinformation within Muslim communities, including a false belief that the new Covid-19 jab contains animal products, could undermine efforts to immunise the public, a leading doctor has warned.
Clearer and more specific guidance on coronavirus transmission for different kinds of households needs to be developed, scientists advising the Government have recommended.
People with disabilities, carers and those from BAME communities typically have private pension wealth amounting to just a fraction of the UK average, according to a report.
A number of people have been arrested after crowds gathered in central London to protest against the exploitation of farmers in India.
One man has been arrested after scores of people gathered at a demonstration in central London to protest against the exploitation of farmers in India.
The husband of a healthcare worker who died within days of a new coronavirus vaccine becoming available had asked doctors if it could be used to save her life, but was told it was too late.
The BBC’s director-general has described plans to improve diversity at the broadcaster as “mission critical”.
Around one in 14 people made or updated their will during the early months of the coronavirus lockdown, according to the Law Society.
BBC Studios has reduced its gender pay gap to below 10%, according to a new report.
A tweet from a Chinese official with a fake image of an Australian soldier appearing to slit a child’s throat is “truly repugnant”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said.
Two MPs from the Labour and Conservative parties are taking part in coronavirus vaccine trials, following a call for more ethnic minority volunteers.
Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) doctors have not felt the same positive improvements in the workplace during the pandemic as their white colleagues, according to a survey.
A police officer who helped design a new hijab because the one provided was uncomfortable and unsafe said she hopes it will inspire other Muslim women to join the force.
Ofcom has called on the TV and radio industry to “look beyond London” after its annual diversity report showed there is still a gap in representation.
Police Scotland plans to commission independent support to help it better understand the experiences of minority groups in the service, the Chief Constable has said.
Two police constables who designed a new hijab to be part of their uniform have celebrated making it a reality.