Discrimination is A-OK at the BBC, just so long as you're discriminating against white people.
From The Daily Mail:
Job applicants accused the BBC of racial discrimination after being turned down for roles because they are white. I guess now we know how Dotun Adebayo got his job.
The broadcaster advertised for two junior script writers on 12-month trainee schemes, one of which offered the opportunity to work on hospital drama Holby City in London.
But applicants were outraged when HR bosses replied to applications saying that they were only open to people from 'ethnic minority backgrounds'.
The corporation said the move was to address an 'under-representation of people from ethnic minority backgrounds in script editing roles'.
But one unsuccessful applicant accused them of flouting their own anti-discrimination rules by not granting him an interview based on his white ethnicity.
The 26-year-old, a media graduate, said: 'It's racial discrimination to disregard someone based on them being any race.
'It's just wrong and as far as I know it is illegal. Coming from the BBC, it's amazing.
'If you applied for a position and got a reply saying it was only open to white applicants you would quite rightly not be happy. This is exactly the same.'
The applicant, who chose to remain anonymous, added: 'Opportunities like this hardly ever come up.
'Of course there was no guarantee I would have got the job, but to be told I wasn't even allowed to apply because of the colour of my skin was appalling. I thought that became illegal years ago.
[...]Figures reported this year show that 13.4 per cent of the BBC's workforce are from Black, Asian and other ethnic minorities.
That is more than the 13.1 per cent figure nationally from the 2011 Census which showed the proportion of the UK population from Black, Asian and other ethnic minorities.
The color of your skin not only determines whether they'll hire you, but also whether they'll report on your crimes.
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