December8 Born today James Galway, flutist, 73; Sir Geoff Hurst, former footballer, 71; Gregg Allman, rock guitarist, 65; Kim Basinger, actress, 59; Teri Hatcher, actress, 48; David Harewood, actor, 47, right; Sinead O'Connor, singer, 46; Dominic 1965: New UK race law introduced The new Race Relations Act comes into force today, making racial discrimination unlawful in public places.
What does RRA stand for?
RRA stands for Race Relations Act
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Samples in periodicals archive:
London, Sept 24 (ANI): UK teachers are reportedly being forced to report children as young as three to the authorities for using alleged 'racist' language under Race Relations Act 2000.
said legal advice concluded Admiral was breaching the Race Relations Act by adding an average 18% to car insurance premiums for a driver who had not lived in the UK since birth.
But Judge Collins ruled: "I hold that the BNP are likely to commit unlawful acts of discrimination within section 1b Race Relations Act 1976 in the terms on which they are prepared to admit persons to membership under the 12th addition of their constitution.
He said yesterday: "I was told that we could have been done under the Race Relations Act 1976, and heaven knows what else, by not allowing other citizens, including those from England, into the races for free.
But Qaiser Razzak of the EHRC said it would be "powerless" to prosecute as the Cornish are not established as a "racial group" under the Race Relations Act.
The union believes the Race Relations Act may make it illegal for BNP members to serve as school governors.
Job adverts can advertise for Asian, Afro-Caribbean and Bengali employees, according to the Race Relations Act, But what you'll never see are any jobs directed for "white British" or English people.