Racism has no political boundaries!

As the leading academics cited in the government’s controversial and seemingly pre-determined race report say they were not properly consulted, tweeter is busy in highlighting a Labour’s ‘racist’ leaflet.
A government-commissioned review into racism has concluded the United Kingdom is not an institutionally racist country, prompting a backlash from critics who described the findings as an “utter whitewash”, and that  Commission chairman Tony Sewell, once a Brent teacher, had been appointed only because he could be relied upon to deny there was a problem with racism in Britain. Sewell in 2010 stated “much of the supposed evidence of institutional racism is flimsy”.
Displeased with the report, Harrow West MP Gareth Thomas said “This report was a huge missed opportunity to begin to tackle the structural racism that exists in our country and which requires a multifaceted government response to begin to sort. Better leadership on this is long overdue”.
In the lead up to the 2021 local elections, Labour MP  Charlotte Nichols posted on Twitter about campaigning in the local area alongside a photo of Labour leaflets with a strong anti traveller community message printed on them.
The Shadow Equalities Minister later said she wasn’t aware of the meaning of “incursion” used in the leaflet or its negative connotation.
Responding to Nichols, a tweet said “If this true, and you don’t understand something so basic, then you shouldn’t be Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities.  If you had any integrity you’d resign”.
The problem isn’t the word “incursion.” The problem is a Labour leaflet promoting racism and, if you don’t see that, you should probably join the Tories, said the tweet.
Harrow councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick, Labour parliamentary candidate for Harrow East, points out that in legal dictionary ‘incursion’ is defined as a running into; hence, an entering into a territory with hostile intention; a temporary invasion, a predatory or harassing inroad; a raid.
“Attacking GRT (Gypsy Roma Traveller) is common. I have had to challenge Tories in Harrow in the council chamber for their offensive language. But I have also seen and heard it from Labour members. Nothing is done to challenge those responsible” Ms Fitzpatrick said.