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Hate crime: racism

Reports of hate crime have soared up and down the country since the Brexit vote. Here we click on reports of racist incidents, directed at black and Jewish Britons, in the weeks immediately after the referendum. Click on the link to read the full account.

Bristol-born host told 'go home’

MIDLANDS 10 July
BBC journalist is called a ’n*****’

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“I voted Leave so why are you still here?”

NORTHWEST 10 July
Manchester mother called a ‘n*****’, ‘immigrant’ and ‘c***’ in the street before being told 'I voted for you to go home'

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Pensioners shocked by slavery taunts

NORTHWEST 29 June
Manchester African-Caribbean community centre closed after racist call

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Manchester gang abuse passengers on tram

NORTHWEST 28 June
Aggressive teenagers filmed shouting 'Get back to Africa'

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Neo-Nazis flypost Camden

SOUTHEAST 1 July
White-power handbills blanket a north London street

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Jewish woman abused on train

SOUTHEAST 29 June
Woman told to 'f*** off back to Israel with the other yids' on packed rush hour carriage

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Verbal attack on child is ‘Brexit-linked’

SOUTHEAST 28 June
Police connect racial abuse of 11-year-old girl to referendum

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Driver filmed abusing British Asian

SOUTHEAST 27 June
Man in Hackney shouts ‘f*cking foreigner, go back to your country'

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Gateshead abuser arrested

NORTHEAST 1 July
Teenager faces action after making racist comments

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Racist abuse on bus

SCOTLAND 3 July
Teenager called a ‘little black b*****d’ by middle-aged white man on bus

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Welsh MP sorry for migrant comments

WALES 5 July
Labour MP says in radio interview that the only people with ‘coloured skin’ in his constituency ‘run takeaways’

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