Government warned on cohesion threats

By Dan Peters and Martin Ford | 10 June 2020

The Government has been warned that community tensions could erupt further as the concerns of Black Lives Matters protesters are fuelled by emerging coronavirus inequalities, The MJ has learnt.

Council chief executives are understood to have spoken to Whitehall officials days before thousands of people joined anti-racism protests across the UK against the police killing of George Floyd in the USA.

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