Case study: My life as an immigrant in 1960s Britain
Since the 1965 Race Relations Act, the UK Parliament has continued to pass laws that make the lives of people across the UK more equal, but it’s an ongoing process. Wherever you live, no matter who you are or your background, laws passed by the UK Parliament will affect and shape aspects of your life.I think laws that outlawed discrimination in public places were very important and they came about because of the challenges that we face as immigrants.
Introduction to the UK Parliament: People, Processes and Public Participation
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