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I CARE - - UK: warnings of the Holocaust have never been more relevant in Britain (opinion) By Karen Pollock, chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust


I CARE - - News - Internet Centre Anti Racism Europe: These despicable incidents include: signs saying “No more Polish vermin” being handed out outside primary schools and posted through letter boxes; Sima Kotecha, a BBC Radio4 presenter, being called a “p**i”; and most shockingly the flaunting of a swastika tattoo by a Neo-Nazi – claiming not to be racist – on the news. Sky News’s Adam Boulton and his family alone witnessed three “when are you going home?” incidents. None of this, however, has happened in a vacuum. The contorted visage of racism and prejudice had been already twitching in anticipation behind the interval curtains before last weekend, waiting for its big moment. It has now emerged to stand centre stage. With #postrefracism trending on Twitter since last weekend I have one question in mind: how can we identify the normalisation of hatred? At what point can we say, without doubt, that people now think they have a license to be racist?

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