Everton’s ownership and the alleged involvement of Alisher Usmanov, the Arsenal shareholder, at Goodison Park will be scrutinised in a two-part Panorama special to be broadcast on the BBC tomorrow and Monday.The BBC has obtained documents pertaining to Usmanov’s purchase of a 14.58 per cent stake in Arsenal in 2007 through the Red & White investment vehicle that he jointly owned with Farhad Moshiri, who sold up to his business partner last year to facilitate his purchase of 49.9 per cent of Everton.“Building relationships between communities is vital. We are a lot less isolated as there are so many opportunities and choices for people to mix though things like leisure and community events.Campaigners are calling for an immigration removal centre to be shut down after G4S guards were filmed allegedly “choking”, mocking and abusing detainees.One incident saw a G4S guard allegedly denying urgent medical assistant to a detainee who was “chewing his face off”. That would do it the world of good.” Another custody officer was filmed openly confessing to assaulting a detainee by banging his head and bending his fingers back.Footage showed a custody manager calling the man a “div” and “scrotum”, adding: “F***ing leave him. Concerns have also been raised for the welfare of hunger strikers after the BBC documented at lest one incident where a manager ordered Mr Tulley to record that a man ate when he was refusing food, adding: “Oh f*** him, cross him off.
The producer allegedly e-mailed Sean Ghent, consultant to Harlequin Property, suggesting he might not be paid by the company and dangling the possibility of work with Panorama.
Its conclusion was backed by Professor Cantle who led a government enquiry into race riots in Burnley, Oldham and Bradford in 2001 and in 2009 investigated the situation in Blackburn finding ‘one of the most ethnically divided towns in the country’.
Controversial Panorama documentary sequel about Blackburn returns REACTION: Panorama - White Fright: Divided Britain Blackburn segregation He said: “The evidence is Blackburn has become more segregated in terms of where people live, work and go to school in the last ten years.
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