Toby Young has pitched into the David Starkey persecution. In his column in the Spectator he says he believes along with Starkey that there should be a "genuine conversation" about the taboo topic of race, but he distances himself from the man, as he seemed to imply that black culture was at fault.
Below his column was a cartoon by Michael Heath showing three white boys looting. I have noticed the same in all the cartoons I have seen since the riots, even in Private Eye, they never show black people misbehaving. Is there some cultural cringe among cartoonists, whom I assume are mostly white males, about lampooning black people?
Quite accidentally, they make modern day Britain look white.