Just out of interest, did anyone catch this recent story...
"A teenage science student has been banned from applying for a training programme with the Environment Agency because she is white and English.
The recruitment agency handling the scheme told Abigail Howarth, 18, that there was no point in her submitting an application because of her ethnic background.
Abigail, who wanted to join the Agency's flood management programme, saw an advert in a local newspaper offering positions in the Anglia region where she lives, complete with a 'a313,000-a-year tax-free grant.
It made no mention of the ban on white English applicants, merely noting that candidates from ethnic minorities, such as "Asian, Indian' and "White Other, e.g. Irish, Welsh, Scottish', were encouraged to put themselves forward.
A spokesman for the environment agency ( a government body funded with tax payers money ) said..
"That is the way the law is laid. This is a chance for people who might be less employable to gain experience. Public-sector organisations have a duty to ensure they reflect the make-up of the society they serve."
What in heaven's name does " less employable " mean ?
England/Britain in the 21st century, we are becoming strangers in our own country.