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Recent articles by Aamna:

Britain’s faith leaders pay tribute to Queen’s devoted life of service

Representatives of Muslim, Jewish, Sikh and Hindu communities offer condolences after monarch’s death → Read More

‘More vocal, more aggressive’: calls grow for protest buffer zone at Bournemouth abortion clinic

Staff say protesters have been intimidating women outside the facility for years and things are getting worse → Read More

Police chief quit after abuse by British colonial troops in Kenya covered up

Documentary reveals how Britain was not only involved in rape and torture but tried to suppress evidence → Read More

UK helpline launched for east and south-east Asian victims of racism

Organisers say On Your Side set up in response to dramatic rise in hate crime directed towards ESEA people since start of pandemic → Read More

‘They saw me as calculating, not a child’: how adultification leads to black children being treated as criminals

The police strip-search at school of Child Q caused outrage. But experts say it is just one example of how black children are perceived as more mature – and culpable – than white peers → Read More

DJ Tim Westwood accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women

Exclusive: Seven women accuse ex-Radio 1 DJ of predatory behaviour in joint investigation by the Guardian and BBC → Read More

‘The community was shocked’: British Somalis and the death of David Amess

The naming of Ali Harbi Ali in connection with the Conservative MP’s death had wider repercussions → Read More

Homelands by Chitra Ramaswamy review – what it means to belong

Our sense of home explored through the story of a journalist’s friendship with a 97-year-old Holocaust survivor → Read More

Dillibe Onyeama, whose memoir of racist abuse at Eton shook the establishment

Onyeama became the first black person to complete his studies at the prestigious school, and a 1972 book, which Eton tried to quash, detailed the daily racist abuse he suffered → Read More

Women’s groups seek end to UK courts’ powers to jail people for own protection

Call to abolish law among coalition’s 10-point plan to tackle inequalities in the criminal justice system → Read More

Johnson survives another day without Gray inquiry findings: Politics Weekly podcast

As Sue Gray wraps up her inquiry into various alleged lockdown parties at Downing Street, the Met police launch their own investigation. Heather Stewart and Jonathan Freedland discuss the potential fallout from it all → Read More

EHRC threatens to intervene over Tory Islamophobia claims

Watchdog under pressure to investigate party as Cabinet Office launches inquiry into Nusrat Ghani’s allegations → Read More

Nusrat Ghani’s allegations reignite claims that Tory party is Islamophobic

Former minister said she was told in 2010 that her ‘Muslimness’ made colleagues uncomfortable → Read More

Calls for Tory Islamophobia inquiry as PM drawn into Nusrat Ghani row

Former minister says she made clear party complaints process was not the right way to tackle her allegations → Read More

White applicants to civil service scheme accepted at far higher rate, figures show

Young black Britons seeking to join fast stream had success rate of one in 137 compared with one in 44 for white counterparts → Read More

‘In Kabul there’s no justice’: the female student who fled to Pakistan

After the collapse of the Afghan capital, Amina says what followed was worse than she could imagine → Read More

Family of man who died after release from custody demand police CCTV

Mohamud Hassan, 24, died hours after being released without charge from Cardiff Bay police station → Read More

‘I’ve felt quite proud’: the diverse curriculum inspiring school pupils

Free resource proves widely successful with more than 2,000 schools across the UK signing up → Read More

Romantic fiction writers creating a more diverse happily ever after

How book-loving communities on social media are helping authors break barriers to become bestsellers → Read More

Kindertransport Britons urge UK to reopen safe routes for refugees

Alf Dubs, Stephanie Shirley and Erich Reich call for safe and legal paths for refugees in Europe to find safety → Read More