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Sadiq Khan’s Office Said White Families Don’t ‘Represent Real Londoners’


The office of far-left Mayor Sadiq Khan has been accused of spreading racism after it published a guide that featured a picture of a white family with the caption “doesn’t represent real Londoners”.

A series of guidance on practices for city government media publications produced by the office of Mayor Khan dubbed ‘Look Book – Mayor of London Brand Guidelines’ was taken down from the mayor’s official website after it was accused of anti-white racism.

Despite claiming that the guidance was meant to demonstrate that Khan’s administration seeks to serve “everyone no matter, their age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, disability or family make-up,” the publication went on to display a picture of a young white couple with two white children walking along the Thames with the words “Doesn’t represent real Londoners”.

It went on to say that “the photos we use should reflect a recognisable, real and diverse London.”

Khans’ office has so far refused to apologise, merely telling the Mail on Sunday that the picture’s caption was added by a staff member “in error” and that it “doesn’t reflect the view of the Mayor or the Greater London Authority.” The post has since been removed and a spokesman said that the content is being “reviewed to ensure the language and guidance is appropriate”.