Twenty years after the murder of Stephen Lawrence, a YouGov Poll with ITV News London and LBC 97.3 reveal public opinion on racism.
Boris Johnson has ordered a review of racism issues in the Metropolitan Police.
On the night of a gala screening of new movie "Red Tails", one British veteran struggled to stay in the Forces because of racist attitudes.
A 13 year-old boy has been banned from attending Millwall games "for the foreseeable future" after admitting racially abusing the Bolton Wanderers player Marvin Sordell during a match last month. In a statement, the club said the boy had now written a letter of apology to Sordell.
QPR defender Anton Ferdinand and his brother Rio of Manchester United have released a statement saying they have been disappointed by the FA and Professional Footballer's Association actions during the John Terry racism row.
Terry is currently serving a four-match ban after shouting a racial insult at Anton during a game last year. Since then, the football authorities have come under criticism for the way they dealt with the incident.
However, the Ferdinands have now said they want to work with the organisations to improve matters. They have also expressed their support for the Kick It Out campaign which tackles racism in football, though they added it may have to change to make it more relevant.
Chelsea captain John Terry will be asked to wear an anti-racism armband if he leads the team against Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League tomorrow. Terry is currently serving a domestic ban for shouting a racial insult at an opponent but he is eligible to play in tomorrow's game in Ukraine.
The European governing body UEFA is using this week's European matches to promote the 'United Against Racism' campaign after a series of racist incidents at matches. All club captains will be asked to wear the armbands during the games.
A Metropolitan Police officer has been suspended from duty over allegations of racism.
Scotland Yard said the male sergeant was said to have made a racist comment in front of other officers on 9 May in north London.
He was then reported by one of his colleagues to his supervisor. No-one from the public was involved and it has been referred to the police watchdog.
– Met police spokesperson
Racism and racist language is totally unacceptable. The action taken in response to this allegation demonstrates the Met's determination to act swiftly and to support those that challenge others when alleged racist language is used.
A Metropolitan Police officer has been arrested on suspicion of racial abuse.
The officer is being investigated over an alleged incident in Barnet on Monday morning, while he was off duty.
He is now on police bail and has been suspended from duties.
Today's case is the latest in a recent string of allegations of racism made against the Met.
They include the case of Pc Alex MacFarlane, who will face criminal charges after being accused of racially abusing a suspect during last summer's riots.
A Metropolitan Police inspector has been arrested on suspicion of racial abuse.
The officer, based in north London, is being investigated by the force's Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS) and the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) after an incident in Barnet.
The Met said the officer, who was off-duty at the time of the alleged incident at 7.40am on Monday, was arrested and suspended while the incident is investigated.
"He is at present on police bail and has been suspended from duties pending the outcome of the criminal investigation, " a Met spokesperson said.
The IPCC confirmed it's supervising the investigation - the latest allegation of racism by Met officers under investigation by Scotland Yard and the IPCC.
Scotland Yard is facing another case of alleged racism. 28-year-old Edric Kennedy-Macfoy, an off duty black firefighter, claims he was tasered by a group of police officers. He also claims he was arrested without good cause when he went to help the six policemen last year.