Report: 30 per cent of Britons admit to racism Coaching and mentoring can help tackle rising levels of racism in the UK, say experts Nearly a third of people in Britain admit to being racist on some level, according to recently published data from the annual British Social Attitudes Survey 31. In 2001, that figure was just 25 per cent, and researchers believe little headway is being made in tackling bigotry. However, it is still an improvement on the 1980s, when 36 per cent of people classed themselves as racist. There was another small spike in 2011. Around 30 per cent of respondents...

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