Labour ‘Islamophobia’ report: More than half of party’s Muslim supporters ‘do not trust new leadership to deal with racism’
14 November 2020
CfMM wrote to Sky News to query the use of inverted commas on the word Islamophobia used in the headline. Usually, these are used to indicate a quote from a source or to show personal opinion or doubt. In this case, the use of inverted commas could be seen as dismissive. Sky News responded positively to our communications and removed them, as shown in the graphic below.
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