Canada Global (Web News) British Prime Minister Rishi Singh has said that the country has made progress in dealing with racism.
A member of the British royal family has stepped down after making unacceptable and deeply deplorable comments about race and nationality to a woman at a grand reception at Buckingham Palace.
Ngozi Fulani, who was born in Britain and works for a domestic abuse group, wrote on Twitter that the royal aide repeatedly asked her: “What part of Africa are you from?” When she attended an event hosted by King Charles’ wife Camilla, the Queen’s consort, on Tuesday.
British media identified the royal aide as Lady Susan Hussey, the 83-year-old godmother of King Charles’ son and heir Prince William.
Sink declined to comment directly on the incident but said he had experienced racism in Britain.
“The racism that I experienced as a child and as a teenager I don’t think would happen today because our country has made incredible progress in dealing with racism,” he said.