A group of parents have launched a new group hoping to raise awareness of ‘the ongoing challenges that minority communities go through’.

The group named ‘Mothers Against Hate’ said it had the support of 30 parents with two non-Muslims and two Muslims.

A statement read, “We are committed in helping people of all minority communities irrespective of religion, sexual orientation and colour.

“The video of the taxi driver aiming religious abuse and threats at a minority community is why our existence is required; to help and offer emotional support.”