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The BBC's patronising new diversity quota

24 June 2020

8:59 PM

24 June 2020

8:59 PM

‘Diversity’ and ‘inclusion’ have become sacred doctrines within many of our major institutions, a religious fervour that has only increased since the senseless death of George Floyd. All across the globe, panicked corporations, desperate to be on the right side of history, have been rushing to meet demands for ‘systemic and structural change’, whatever that might mean in practice.

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James Innes-Smith is the author of The Seven Ages of Man – How to Live a Meaningful Life published by Little, Brown later this year.


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