No to Afriphobia: Add the [n word] to the list of parliamentary banned words
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Today after your colleague Anne Marie Morris, MP willfully used the [n word] in a public debate you said language like this was “unacceptable… and has absolutely no place in politics or in today's society”. I agree and was very disappointed having to explain to my children that such racism still exists within Parliament in 2017.
Bill Cash, John Redwood and Kwasi Kwarteng in failing to immediately challenge Anne Marie Morris's usage of the racist term also failed to uphold high standards in public life.
Please lead by example by:
1) Immediately adding the [n word] to the list of parliamentary banned words
2) Legislate for the firing of all those in public office who use this racist term of abuse in a pejorative, Afriphobic context.
Peace & Justice
The Ligali Organisation
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