Two MPs from the Labour and Conservative parties are taking part in coronavirus vaccine trials, following a call for more ethnic minority volunteers.
Hot Chocolate frontman Errol Brown has been honoured with a black plaque at the site where the band recorded a number of their hits.
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.
More than 200 Welsh statues, streets and buildings have connections to the slave trade, a nationwide audit has found.
Marcus Rashford’s tireless campaigning to tackle child food poverty has earned him a place on the Football Black List.
Anton Ferdinand has criticised the Football Association’s handling of his high-profile racism case against John Terry, saying he “didn’t feel like the victim” when speaking to investigators from the governing body.
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.
The Home Office failed to comply with equality law when implementing “hostile environment” immigration measures, contributing to serious injustices faced by the Windrush generation, a report has found.
University leaders should improve awareness of “white privilege, fragility and allyship” to urgently tackle racial harassment on campuses, vice-chancellors say.
Households where the head is of white British ethnicity are around nine times as likely to be in the wealthiest top fifth in the UK as those where the head is from a black African background.
South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada has underlined his personal commitment to the Black Lives Matter movement in light of the Proteas’ decision not to take a knee during the forthcoming series against England.
England bowler Chris Jordan respects South Africa’s decision not to take a knee in the forthcoming series but believes the action does have an impact in the fight against racial inequality
Noisettes singer Shingai Shoniwa has criticised a “one in and out quota” for black female artists wanting to crack the mainstream music industry.
An anti-slavery campaigner who was sold to Europeans for “a gun, a piece of cloth, and some lead” has been honoured with a blue plaque.
The pandemic has had a “devastating” impact on workplace equality amid a continuing gap between the pay of men and women, according to a new report.
MPs have launched a new inquiry into the Windrush Compensation Scheme amid concerns that the scandal’s victims have experienced “serious delays” and problems with claims.
Men in same-sex relationships are significantly less likely to have a degree in a STEM subject than those in different-sex couples, according to a new study.
Ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, renters and young adults are at particular risk of problem debts this winter, a think tank is warning.
Lewis Hamilton says becoming the most decorated driver in Formula One history “doesn’t mean anything” unless he continues to lead the fight against racism in the sport.
Former Test umpire John Holder and ex-player Ismail Dawood want an independent inquiry into the lack of BAME match officials in the English game.
A Public Health England director has been named the second most influential black person in Britain for his work leading the fight against coronavirus.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been told it would be “totally wrong” to deny Lewis Hamilton a knighthood because his “tax status has been misunderstood”.
Increased home working and fewer opportunities to socialise during the coronavirus pandemic is threatening to make society less tolerant of diversity, a report warns.
Lewis Hamilton was unable to hold back his emotions after bursting into tears upon winning the Turkish Grand Prix and claiming an historic seventh world championship.
As Lewis Hamilton celebrated his record-equalling seventh Formula One World Championship and yet more riches, it was a world away from his humble beginnings on a Stevenage council estate.
Around 2.5 million households in the UK are worried about paying rent over winter, with 700,000 already in arrears and 350,000 at risk of eviction, research has revealed.
Public bodies should publish data on their ethnicity pay gaps to help tackle racism, a committee of MSPs has said.
The Netherlands is celebrating the arrival of Saint Nicholas, the gift-bearing patron saint of children, amid a partial coronavirus lockdown that forced the cancellation of traditional festivities in many towns and cities.