Violence, intimidation and calls of “Go home” directed at minorities from Europeans in England to non-white Britons.
Britain “will not tolerate intolerance”, the office of Prime Minister David Cameron has said, after a series of racist incidents were reported following its decision to leave the European Union.
No 10 Downing Street came out on Monday with the warning, less than a week after the country voted to leave the EU in a referendum.
“We should be absolutely clear that this government will not tolerate intolerance … intimidating migrants, telling them they need to go home,” Cameron’s spokeswoman told journalists.
The Polish Embassy in London earlier said it was “shocked and deeply concerned” by incidents of abuse directed at Poles and other Eastern Europeans living in England.
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