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The newspaper quoted the report as saying: ``There must be an unequivocal acceptance of the problems of institutionalised racism and its nature before it can be addressed.
Sir William's inquiry concludes London's police service is ridden by a ``pernicious and institutionalised racism,'' according to reports.
And he claimed the police and Birmingham City Council were also guilty of institutionalised racism.
But the key concern for us is institutionalised racism in the city of Birmingham and we will be raising those issues at the inquiry.
Stephen's father Neville was disappointed by Sir Paul's refusal to acknowledge the existence of institutionalised racism in London's Metropolitan Police.
But Mike Huby, from Greater Manchester Police Federation, which represents rank-and-file officers, said: "I am shocked at the use of the words institutionalised racism within Greater Manchester Police.