Home Secretary Priti Patel has said Labour MPs who accused her of attempting to “gaslight” black people over discrimination were “racist” in their views of her.
Racist messages including the slogan White Lives Matter have been spray-painted on bus stops in Aberdeen.
Actress Jenny Slate announced she will no longer voice a black character in the animated series Big Mouth, saying her taking the role was “engaging in an act of erasure of Black people”.
The Premier League is increasing the pressure on social media companies to tackle the racist abuse of its players, managers and coaches online with the launch of a new reporting system.
Sean Dyche is keen to ensure the actions of a minority do not overshadow the work done by Burnley in the community after a banner bearing the slogan ‘White Lives Matter’ was flown over the Etihad Stadium during their match against Manchester City.
Burnley fans have created a fundraiser for a charity which supports the black community in response to the “white lives matter” banner which flew over the club’s game on Monday night.
The headmaster of Eton College has reportedly apologised to a black former pupil for the racism he was subjected to during his studies in the 1960s.
NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace insists he will not “back down” is his battle to rid racism from the sport after a noose was found in his garage.
Six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton is to set up a commission to increase black representation in motorsport.
Michael Johnson has urged the world’s leading sports stars to take a stand in support of Black Lives Matter and play their part in stamping out the scourge of racism across the globe.
The English Football League’s version of the ‘Rooney Rule’ should be strengthened to improve the under-representation of ethnic minorities in management and coaching positions.
Paul Elliott is urging clubs and governing bodies to “step up” and increase the level of ethnic minority representation at the top of their organisations.
UEFA has advised that the 2020 summer transfer window should close no later than October 5.
An investigation has been launched after racist graffiti was daubed outside the entrance to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Alex Dyer hopes he can inspire other black coaches to persist with their managerial ambitions after being given a long-term opportunity at Kilmarnock.
Players will have the names on the back of their shirts replaced with ‘Black Lives Matter’ for the first 12 fixtures of the restarted Premier League season.
Black Lives Matter organisers have cancelled a protest in London’s Hyde Park over fears it would be hijacked by far-right groups.
Violent protesters could be jailed within 24 hours, as authorities attempt to deter march trouble, reports have suggested.
Suffolk Police have issued a public apology after two officers stopped a middle-aged black couple and demanded they show their IDs because they were “driving a motor vehicle on a road”.
The removal of a Bristol tower block sign bearing the name of a slave trader is the latest in a string of monuments and statues being pulled down across the country.
The statue of slave trader Edward Colston that was pulled down during an anti-racism demonstration has been lifted out of Bristol Harbour.
A former Olympic athlete turned politician has recalled how he was “shocked into silence” when he witnessed racism as a young sports star.
Raheem Sterling has called for English football to seize the moment and finally address its lack of black representation in positions of power.
Kick It Out chair Sanjay Bhandari has urged the football authorities to back players in staging an organised gesture of solidarity with the anti-racism demonstrations sweeping the world.
England forward Raheem Sterling has given his backing to the anti-racism protests gripping the world in the wake of George Floyd’s death in the United States.
Former England footballer John Barnes has said it is “more important” to tackle systemic racism than intermittent racist incidents.
The Government “can and must” do more to address racial inequality in society, former chancellor Sajid Javid has said.
England Under-21 coach Michael Johnson has called on football to lead the fight against racism.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has apologised for suggesting that kneeling protests to highlight racial injustice would be “disrespecting the flag” of the United States.
Ore Oduba has said he “can’t live in fear” that his son will grow up to see the levels of racism that exist today.