Why did the Government spend taxpayer’s money commissioning this report? All the Government had to do was listen to the people of this country and UKIP who have been saying this for decades.
However, it’s good that it actually has made the light of day.
Author of the damning report, Dame Louise Casey said successive governments have
‘ignored or even condoned regressive, divisive and harmful cultural and religious practices, for fear of being branded racist or Islamophobic’.
Dame Louise Casey is a British government official working in social welfare. She was the deputy director of Shelter in 1992, head of the Rough Sleepers’ Unit (RSU) in 1999, a director of the national Anti-Social Behaviour Unit (ASBU) in 2003, head of the Respect Task Force in 2005 and the United Kingdom’s first Victims’ Commissioner in March 2010. She became director general of Troubled Families on 1 November 2011.
The Government asked Dame Louise Casey to water down her report. She refused.
The Home Office tried to prevent the publication of this report. It will be published today.
The problems highlighted in Dame Casey’s report are compounded by the 3-tier justice system we have in this country. It used to be that it was one rule for the rich and another for the poor. It’s now one for the rich, a different set for Muslims and a different set for the rest. That’s not being racist because in fact islam is not a race, nor is practicing it limited to any one race of people. It’s evident when you look at the decisions being made and the different standards bring applied by the judges in our courts.
Various UKIP Spokesmen, have also added their comments here:
Jane Collins, Home Affairs
John Bickley, Immigration
David Kurten, Education
Margot Parker, Women and Equalities