Jules Gnezekora claims he was questioned four times in queues in one return journey

The Equality Commission is investigating allegations of racial profiling by Northern Ireland immigration officials, brought by a black British lawyer on the eve of a key Brexit vote on border checks in the region.

Jules Gnezekora, who lives in County Down, lodged the complaint after an incident in which he claims he was singled out for questioning from an otherwise all-white queue four times on one return ferry journey between Belfast and Glasgow.

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