Jack Feeny interviewed on BBC Radio Three Counties Breakfast show

Mon, 30 Jun 2014

Jack Feeny was today (30th June 2014) interviewed by presenter Iain Lee on the BBC Three Counties Breakfast show about an Employment Tribunal case he was involved in where he represented an English Romany Police Officer who had complained of institutionalised racism towards Travellers within the Police. Jack was asked to discuss the legal issues in the case and the outcome, particularly about the implications for the Police going forward.

To listen to the full interview, please click here and scroll the curser to 1hour 4minutes.

You can also read the article by the Daily Mail by clicking here

Jack Feeny's profile can be found here

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