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Tea & Chat with Diahanne Rhiney

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Chief Superintendent Jeff Boothe will not appear on tonight’s show. We look forward to welcoming him soon.

Tonight’s Tea and Chat show is quite frankly, unmissable, as we welcome:

Gwenton Sloley and Barrister, Ryan Clement.

Ryan is a barrister who specialises primarily in employment law. He represents both employers and employees. He advises many companies on their HR policies, procedures and practices, and delivers training to companies on many aspects of employment law and good HR practices. He is a keen writer and has written many published articles on a range of legal subjects and makes videos that seek to simplify the law on his YouTube Channel.

Gwenton has worked in the housing sector as a specialist in the housing of ex-offenders, vulnerable young people and their families for over 10 years. During this time he became involved in the professional development of professionals in related sectors through his training and books.
Gwenton is one of the founders of London Gang Exit this is the first pan-London service covering all 32 boroughs.

There’s a lot to discuss, with the recent findings of the Baroness Casey Review – once again confirming institutionalised racism in the Metropolitan Police. Saturday 22nd April 2023 is of course Stephen Lawrence Day and this year marks the 30th anniversary of his murder. His mother and campaigner, Baroness Doreen Lawrence recently asked how many reviews would be needed to come to the same conclusion.

We know what the problem is – isn’t it time for REAL solutions?

‘Let’s have #realtalk – Baroness Casey Review.’

Join us live, Friday 21st April at 7 PM.

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