This video from Britain says about itself:
Solicitor launches racist attack on woman in front of 4-yr-old son
In the footage, filmed by Shahid, who works as a legal counsel in Glasgow, MacKinnon can be heard saying “that stupid cow doesn’t belong in this country”, into his phone.
The incident allegedly started with MacKinnon shouting at Shahid’s son, telling him to be quiet, and when asked to lower his voice he began asking where Shahid came from, why she did not go back there and telling her she did not belong in first class.
Later in the video, a train official can be seen approaching MacKinnon telling him that he needs to “get off the train”.
MacKinnon, a 47-year-old solicitor from Glasgow, was fined £1,154 at Carlisle Magistrates Court on February 2 .
From daily The Independent in Britain today:
Lizzie Dearden, Home Affairs Correspondent
Police are hunting for two women who broke a teenage girl’s arm in a racist attack in London.
“The older of the two women then pulled the victim’s hair causing her to fall to the floor. Both suspects kicked the victim whilst she was on the ground”, the spokesperson said.
“As the victim stood up, a hot drink was thrown at her face.”
Police were called at around 8.30pm on 6 November and paramedics took the victim to hospital to treat her for a broken arm suffered in the assault.
Investigators have released CCTV images of two women they want to speak in relation to the assault.
They believe one suspect [is] in her 50s and the other is in her early to mid-20s, and that they could be mother and daughter.
Detective Constable Rosie Doyle said: “This was an unprovoked and vicious attack which has left the victim very shaken and with a serious injury. If you recognise the women in these pictures, we would urge you to get in touch.
The attack came amid a rise in hate crime recorded by police …
Data from police forces across England and Wales showed there were almost 80,400 hate crimes recorded in the 2016/17 financial year – a 29 per cent rise from the previous year and the largest annual increase since records began.