THE INDEPENDENT, Monday 8 June, 2020
Boris Johnson does not believe that the UK is a racist country, his official spokesperson has said.
Asked if Mr Johnson agreed with protesters who described the UK as a racist country, the PM’s spokesperson said: “No. The prime minister doesn’t doubt that there continues to be discrimination and racism, but he would not agree that this is a racist country.
"It was intended for use among enslaved Africans in the British West Indies, which is modern day Caribbeans, so Jamaica, Barbados, Antigua," he says.
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