EHRC board member under scrutiny over social media use

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Alasdair Henderson ‘liked’ post describing words misogynist and homophobe as ‘highly ideological propaganda terms’ * Politicising the EHRC? Five controversial appointments A board member of the government’s equality watchdog has ‘liked’ or retweeted social media posts criticisingBlack Lives Matters protesters and describing the words misogynist and homophobe as “highly ideological propaganda terms” in the latest controversy to beset the EHRC, the Guardian can reveal. Alasdair Henderson, who led the Equality and Human Rights Commission inquiry into Labour party antisemitism this year, also liked a tweet decrying “offence-taking zealots” who accusedRoger Scruton of antisemitism, Islamophobia and homophobia, and one byDouglas Murray, who once called for Muslim immigration to Europe to be banned. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on
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