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David Lammy To Investigate Racial Bias In Justice System

 

The Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy, is to head a new government review into discrimination against black and ethnic minority people (BAME) in the criminal justice system. At present BAME individuals make up over a quarter of prisoners, yet are only 14% of the wider population of England and Wales. The review will address issues arising from the point of arrest onwards, including through the court system, in prisons and during rehabilitation in the community, in order to identify areas for reform and examples of good practice from the UK and beyond. Lammy has been asked to report back in spring 2017 with recommendations to address the problem.

 

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