June 11, 2014

Birmingham schools: have extremists taken over?

Earlier this month, the school’s regulator OFSTED released their report on 21 Birmingham schools, after allegations of pupils being vulnerable to ‘Islamic extremism’. It was triggered by a mysterious letter stating that a small group of Islamic […]
April 20, 2013

What did the Iron Lady do for us?

On April 15th, Vox Africa kindly invited me to take part in their flagship programme “Shoot the Messenger“, where we discussed Baroness Thatcher’s legacy. I was joined in studio by former Mayor of London’s Wandsworth Borough, Chief Lola Ayorinde, […]
March 16, 2013

Is Oxford University biased against BME applicants?

Earlier this month, professor Gus John went on the Islam Channel to comment on a news story published by The Guardian, where  Oxford University was accused of “institutional bias” against the admission of black and minority ethnic (BME) […]
February 16, 2013

Government taking a back seat in racism battle

On February 12, professor Gus John visited Sky News’ studios for an interview where  he accused the coalition government of taking a back seat in the fight against racism in football. The following article was published on […]
December 20, 2011

Gus John says shooting rioters is ‘dangerous’ idea

A Manchester academic has said the idea that police could lawfully shoot rioting arsonists was “very dangerous”. A review of the August riots by the Inspectorate of Constabulary has suggested firearms could “potentially” be deployed where arson […]
January 18, 2011

New Cross fire – a turning point?

January 18th 1981 was a point of no return; an important historic moment in the life of Black Britain and arguably a defining moment for our modern diverse society. On that day a fire at a birthday party at 439 […]

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