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We are starting today with a demand from the Prime Minister for businesses, universities and the legal systems to do much more to improve diversity. David Cameron says racism is shames on nation. And he’s appointed the former labor minister David Lamy to lead an inquiry into why more people from ethnic minorities end up in prison than offenders who are white. He’s also demanded top universities to look at their entrance procedures and will make them publish admissions data. In an article for the Sunday Times the PM says: “Consider this: if you are a young black man, you are more likely to be in a prison cell than studying at a top university. There are no black generals in our armed forces and just 4% of chief executives in the FTSE 100 are from ethnic minorities. These examples I mention should shame our country and jolt us into action.”

Let’s talk to our political correspondent Darren McCaffery who is in Westminster. It’s a very strong oratory from the Prime Minister. It seems he’s determined to act on this.

A strong language indeed, Steven. Ingrained institutionalized and insidious, he says of the attitude toward black people in the U.K. 14% of the population across Britain is either black or minority ethnic. And as he says, they are massively under representative. In many of our big institutions, well, 27 people, black people only admitted to Oxford University last year, 1 of 2500. He looks at business. He looks at the armed forces. In fact, he says the only institutions in which ethnic minorities are over represented is actually in the prison system subtly that he needs to attack on. This is all part of an effort by David Cameron to trying to tackle what he sees as opportunity and equality, you know, X back to that conference speech where he set out on his agenda for his second term as Prime Minister. And in doing so, he’s gonna launch some new laws, as Steven has said in the introduction, of a new law which is gonna force universities to publish much more data about who is allowed into the universities, particularly the elite universities like Oxford and Cambridge. And indeed, when that information is published, people will have access X to it.

And bring on board, that man, David Lamy, a former labor minister, who’s gonna review the treatment of non-white defendants, the criminal justice system, because between 2008 and 2013, black defendants were more likely to go to prison than the white counterparts, though the Prime Minister has ruled out this idea somehow introducing quotas.

It has provoked a major rout with the universities this morning. Oxford University issued a statement which has said it’s wrong to suggest there’s any sense of institutionalized racism, that they are tackling the problem. But ultimately, they have got a representative number of black and ethnic minority students across the board. So this is likely to provoke a rout, but the Prime Minister very much sees this as part of his remit as a second-term Prime Minister to trying tackle what he sees as racism and lack of equality for black and ethnic minorities across the U.K.
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[Homework]2016-02-06 卡梅伦为儿子择校自“打脸” 曾力挺公立学校

We are starting today with a demand from the Prime Minister for businesses, universities and the legal systems to do much more to improve diversity. David Cameron says racism is shames on nation. And he’s appointed the former labor minister David Lamy to lead an inquiry into why more people from ethnic minorities end up in prison than offenders who are white. He’s also demanded top universities to look at their entrance procedures and will make them publish admissions data. In an article for the Sunday Times the PM says: “Consider this: if you are a young black man, you are more likely to be in a prison cell than studying at a top university. There are no black generals in our armed forces and just 4% of chief executives in the FTSE 100 are from ethnic minorities. These examples I mention should shame our country and jolt us into action.”

Let’s talk to our political correspondent Darren McCaffery who is in Westminster. It’s a very strong raspberry from the Prime Minister. It seems he’s determined to act on this.

A strong language indeed, Steven. Ingrained institutionalized and insidious, he says of the attitude toward black people in the U.K. 14% of the population across Britain is either black or minority ethnic. And as he says, they are massively under representative. In many of our big institutions, well, 27 people, black people only admitted to Oxford University last year, 2 in 500. He looks at business. He looks at the armed forces. In fact, he says the only institutions in which ethnic minorities are over represented is actually in the prison system,so be they,he needs to check them out. This is all part of an effort by David Cameron to trying tackle what he sees as opportunity and quality ill prospect to that conference speech which way he set out to his agenda for his second term as Prime Minister. And in doing so, he’s gonna launch some new laws, as Steven has said in the introduction, of a new law which is gonna force universities to publish much more data about who is allowed into the universities, particularly the elite universities like Oxford and Cambridge. And indeed, when that information is published, people will have access much more to it.

And bring on board, that man, David Lamy, a former labor minister, who’s gonna review the treatment of no-white defendants in the criminal justice system, because between 2008 and 2013, black defendants were more likely to go to prison than the white counterparts, though the Prime Minister has ruled out this idea somehow introducing quotas.

It has already provoked a major rout with the universities this morning. Oxford University issued a statement which has said it’s wrong to suggest there’s any sense of institutionalized racism, that they are tackling the problem. But ultimately, they have got a representative number of black and ethnic minority students across the board. So this is likely to provoke a row, but the Prime Minister very much sees this as part of his remit as a second-term Prime Minister to trying tackle what he sees as racism and lack of equality for black and ethnic minorities across the U.K.

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[Homework]2016-02-06 卡梅伦为儿子择校自“打脸” 曾力挺公立学校

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We are starting today with a demand from the Prime Minister for businesses, universities and the legal systems to do much more to improve diversity. David Cameron says racism shames on nation. And he’s appointed the former labor minister David Lamy to lead an inquiry into why more people from ethnic minorities end up in prison than offenders who are white. He’s also demanded top universities to look at their entrance procedures and will make them publish admission's data. In an article for the Sunday Times the PM says: “Consider this: if you are a young black man, you are more likely to be in a prison cell than studying at a top university. There are no black generals in our armed forces and just 4% of chief executives in the FTSE 100 are from ethnic minorities. These examples I mention should shame our country and jolt us into action.”

Let’s talk to our political correspondent Darren McCaffery who is in Westminster. It’s a very strong oratory from the Prime Minister. It seems he’s determined to act on this.

A strong language indeed, Steven. Ingrained institutionalized and *, he says of the attitude toward black people in the U.K. 14% of the population across Britain is either black or minority ethnic. And yet he says, they are massively under representative in many of our big institutions, well, 27 people, black people only admitted to Oxford University last year, out of two and half thousands. He looks at business. He looks at the armed forces. In fact, he says the only institutions in which ethnic minorities are over represented is actually in the prison system so that he needs to tackle them. This is all part of an effort by David Cameron to trying tackle what he sees as opportunity and equality, you know, it all * back to that conference speech where he set out as his agenda for his second term as Prime Minister. And in doing so, he’s gonna launch some new laws, as Steven * in the introduction, of a new law which is gonna force universities to publish much more data about who is allowed into the universities, particularly the elite universities like Oxford and Cambridge. And indeed, when that information is published, people will have access much more to it.

And bring on board, that man, David Lamy, a former labor minister, who’s gonna review the treatment of non-white defendants, the criminal justice system, because between 2008 and 2013, black defendants were more likely to go to prison than the white counterparts, though the Prime Minister has ruled out this idea somehow introducing quotas.

It has provoked a major row with the universities this morning. Oxford University issued a statement which to say it’s wrong to suggest there’s any sense of institutionalized racism, that they are tackling the problem. But ultimately, they have got a representative number of black and ethnic minority students across the board. So this is likely to provoke a row, but the Prime Minister very much sees this as part of his remit as a second-term Prime Minister to trying tackle what he sees as racism and lack of equality for black and ethnic minorities across the U.K.                                                   
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