It is a summary from TIME's article,
Written by : Tara John
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Some minorities in United Kingdom will face hate crime circumstances due to the effect of Brexit. Moreover, it is a "deep-rooted" issue that make it even worse. There were reports from British police in England and Wales that hate crimes had an enormous escalation at 57% incidents after the June 23 referendum. It affected to, not only the black community, but also the ethnic community which make them have no longer belonging in home, Modern Britain.
David Isaac, chair of Equality and Human Rights Commissions (EHRC) realized that deterrence effort to combat race inequality must be urged and doubled or racial tensions will rise inexorably.
There are several report that convince what ethnic minorities and black community are more likely to get in this issue; uniquitous treatment in criminal justice, less paid for graduates in employment, and high rate of unemployed, compared to white people. A new strategy has been constructed by British government to diminish racial inequality and to monitor progress also.