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A growing number of racist incidents, targeting people from the Continent working and living here, have been reported across the South. They've been widely condemned by police. Meanwhile schools across the region are helping to educate the younger generation on the importance of building positive community relationships. Mary Stanley reports.
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An 11 year-old girl has been racially abused in Sussex.
Police are linking the incident at Southwater Country Park near Horsham to last Friday's referendum result.
One of a group of teenage boys verbally abused the girl on Saturday 25th June. Enquiries are ongoing and there have been no arrests at this stage.
Nigel Farage has been booed by members of the European Parliament after a speech warning against punishing Britain for leaving the EU.
The South-East MEP told the chamber that "the consequences would be far worse for you than it would be for us" if the EU rejected a "sensible" trade deal with the UK.
He claimed that up to 100,000 jobs in the car manufacturing trade in Germany could be put at risk - and warned European nations not to "cut of your noses to spite your face".
Farage also drew ire from other MEPs for suggesting that "virtually none of you have done a day's work in your lives". He was supported by Eurosceptic MEPs from other countries, including Marine Le Pen of France's Front Nationale.
Watch an excerpt from Farage's highly charged speech below:
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Activists have expressed concern over reports of an increase in racist or xenophobic incidents in the South since the Brexit vote.Read the full story ›