A mum spoke out on BBC's Question Time after her son was racially abused.

The audience member told how her son has been called a 'p***' during a discussion about the racist taunting of English football players by a section of the fans in Bulgaria.

The show was being broadcast from Leicester yesterday.

She told the audience, "My son was attacked, even though he's the second generation.

"He was attacked and he was called a p***. Now you tell me, how does a person take a p***? What do we say?

"Is that a name P***. I'm not a P*** - he's not a P*** - we are human beings that are being labelled. Why do we have labels.

"I am from a Sikh faith and many of you are from a Muslim faith. We are faiths. We haven't got a label

"White supremacy, that's how we feel. I was born in this country, my father served in this country, but it is white supremacy that is dividing everybody."

She added, "We have to abolish all this race hate, colour hate. Everyone here has the same amount of bones, the same amount of blood.

"You take my skin off and we are exactly the same. Where has racism come from?"