What should be joy: Britain’s first minority Prime Minister?

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The fall of Boris Johnson gave way to multiple contenders all vying for their moment in Number 10. Yet what has remained most notable is the number of diverse names to feature on the ballot. The Conservative leadership election brought forward a historical first of five candidates who were all at one point in the running to be Britain’s first Prime Minister of colour. A feat the Labour Party has yet been able to replicate. On paper, this should be a moment of celebration for Black and Brown communities, [but in reality, ](it harbours fear about the future for those each candidate claims to rep…

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