Updated 16-Nov-2021 • Published 16-Nov-2021
Live Blog - Parliamentary inquiry into Yorkshire racism investigation
- Full coverage from Westminster of the DCMS committee hearing into the Yorkshire racism investigation. Follow the live stream here.
- Azeem Rafiq made allegations of institutional racism at Yorkshire to a number of outlets, including ESPNcricinfo, in 2020.
- Many of Rafiq's complaints were upheld in an internal investigation, and a number of senior officials at Yorkshire have since resigned.
- Rafiq will be giving evidence alongside Roger Hutton, former YCCC chair, and Tom Harrison, the ECB chief executive, among others.
The major moments from the Yorkshire hearings
Four hours of remarkable testimony conclude
We trusted Yorkshire and were let down - Harrison
Is the game failing?
Is the ECB fit for purpose?
I believe I lost my career to racism - Rafiq
Tom Harrison's opening remarks
Institutional racism at Yorkshire
Yorkshire's response to Black Lives Matter
Hutton on inquiry's findings
Lack of Asian players in Yorkshire team
Hutton asked why players were not sacked
Hutton on Colin Graves
Roger Hutton's opening remarks
'Do I believe I lost my career to racism? Yes, I do.'
Rafiq on Lord Patel's appointment
Equity in cricket
Other players from other counties on racism
Rafiq on acceptance
Rafiq cites ESPNcricinfo as moment ECB took notice
On Yorkshire's delaying of the report
Rafiq on Joe Root
Rafiq resumes testimony
Rafiq breaks down during testimony
On South Asian Yorkshire representation
Rafiq on alcohol use
Rafiq on the Yorkshire racism report
Rafiq on Ballance and Bresnan
Azeem Rafiq addresses dressing room culture
Can Yorkshire work through their stages of grief?
Rafiq arrives for the hearings
Rafiq's lawyer speaks to BBC Today programme
Timetable of witnesses