Govt Race Report Thinks Racism Doesn’t Exist – WTF?!

Rant: Race Disparities Report not a Rude Awakening, Just Damn Rude!

Thump! The sound of a government-commissioned 258-page report on racism in the UK hitting tables yesterday. Smack! The sound of a slap landing on the poker faces of the perpetrators of this piece of pernicious propaganda. Well, the slap didn’t happen, but it should have, repeatedly. It would have been deserved, repeatedly.

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BMW M4 Competition Vs Porsche 911 [Brand New Vs Classic Cool] Review

I put the all-new BMW M4 Competition against the classic Porsche 911 and reveal the better buy!

In this video series I look at desirable brand new cars, compare them to cool classic cars and tell you which one you should buy.

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Post-Lockdown Demand: Bring Back Small Coupes!

What kind of cars do people want post-pandemic?

Post-pandemic, post-lockdown, used car sales and values are surging and car ownership increasing. What kind of cars do we want now? Smaller to beat congestion, cheaper as we’re all broke, and cars with style and character, because we’re not quite dead yet! Bring back small coupes – like we had in the 1980s. Bring back the Toyota MR2, maybe even the Sera, and the Fiat X1/9, oh and the Suzuki Cappucino, and the both the Honda CRX and Beat – what else? Tell me in the comments below!

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Coronavirus Could Make Cars Cool Again!

There is hope for the car industry!

Latest Brown Car Guy Update 24042020 #BCGDaily

Some interesting surveys out this week seem to point to one conclusion – cars will be back in favour again once this lockdown lifts!

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2020 – Enjoy a year of diversity, not divisiveness

Let’s come together and not fall apart, as we face a hopeful new decade

When I was growing up in Islington in the 1970s, my brown skin steadily thickening in response to regular racist abuse of some kind or another, I was always inwardly overly ecstatic whenever I had the rather rare opportunity to interact with another brown person (who was not a relative or family friend). ‘Brother from another mother!’ my inner voice would cry out in barely restrained rejoice.

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