'Vague & unhelpful' | Companies could be told: 'Ditch use of BAME label'

Companies could be told: 'Ditch use of BAME label'

A racial disparities commission established by the Prime Minister is reportedly set to recommend that the term ‘BAME’ should not be used by public bodies and companies anymore – Sky News reported.

As was first reported by the Daily Telegraph, the proposal is said to form an important part of the report from the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, which is expected to be published this week.

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