Like Kanye West, Sol Campbell has the habit of making headline-hogging statements that allow us to evade wider and more uncomfortable questions – in this case, about institutional racism in football.
Replace the word "yid" with any other racist hate term, and you'll see why the argument for keeping Spurs' "yid army" chant doesn't work.
But that feeling faded when I saw a drunk woman draped in a St George’s flag dragging an angry pitbull through the police line to scream, “I’m not racist!” in the faces of some bewildered Asian students
The long era of the cover-up has unravelled, for perhaps the last time. Transparency now is crucial to any credible effort to restore trust.
The resignation of MEP Andrew Brons is another blow to Nick Griffin. But the future of the far-right lies elsewhere.
The author of "Hate: My Life in the British Far Right" explains what drives people towards extremist groups like the BNP and the National Front.
Sexual double standards are not the preserve of conservatively-minded ethnic minorities.
Europe will turn to angry nationalisms unless an alternative to austerity is found.
It’s been quite a month for the populist right in Europe: Marine Le Pen, the Front National (FN) candidate in the French presidential elections, took 17.9 per cent of the vote in the first round;