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Human rights watchdogs urged to look into university over claims it discriminated against race tsar


Human rights watchdogs urged to investigate university over claims it discriminated against race tsar it denied an honorary degree

  • Nottingham University was set to offer Tony Sewell an honorary degree in 2019 
  • Following Government’s decision to accept recommendations, he felt vindicated
  • But now Free Speech Union chief Toby Young has written to the university 

Human rights watchdogs have been urged to investigate a university over claims that it discriminated against the black author of a race report.

Bosses at Nottingham University were set to offer Tony Sewell an honorary degree in late 2019, but the decision was overturned after his review concluded Britain was not institutionally racist. 

The university said it was not…



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