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Speaking on BBC Breakfast on Monday, Ms Siddiq called on the Foreign Secretary to “make amends” for his words.“This issue isn't political point-scoring for me; this about getting an innocent mother home,” she said.

“There is evidence of both discriminatory behaviour and institutional racism on the part of Bristol City Council and Avon and Somerset Constabulary.” Lee James was jailed for life for murdering Mr Ebrahimi in Capgrave Crescent on 14 July 2013 and Stephen Norley was jailed for four years for assisting an offender.

A trial heard James – whose partner had moved to the area just months before – beat and kicked Mr Ebrahimi to death, before setting his body on fire with Norley’s help.

He first attacked his neighbour three days before the murder, after drinking while in charge of his young children, and threatened him inside his flat.

The body said that although neither Avon and Somerset Constabulary or Bristol City Council had been intentionally racist, both organisations “repeatedly sided with abusers” who falsely accused the refugee of being a paedophile.

The Iranian man had repeatedly reported being victimised by his neighbours, including death threats, criminal damage and racial abuse, but police officers and staff failed to protect him or record a crime in 40 incidents.

At a trial in 2015, a police constable and police community support officer were convicted of misconduct in public office and dismissed over Mr Ebrahimi’s case.

Two other officers were acquitted at trial but later fired for gross misconduct by Avon and Somerset Constabulary, which gave four other staff involved written warnings.

Even as Mr Ebrahimi presented evidence against his predominantly white neighbours, he was arrested and handed an anti-social behaviour order, while they were not reprimanded.

The SBP said he was treated as a “primary perpetrator, rather than the primary victim” of abuse and mistreatment that started years before he was killed.

In September, the mother-of-one was jailed for five years on allegations of spying and attempting to topple the Iranian regime.

Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been visiting her parents to introduce them to her daughter, Gabriella.

“We would like once again to offer our sincere condolences, remorse and apologise to Bijan’s family.” Avon and Somerset Constabulary also accepted all findings and said wide-ranging changes had already been made to “prevent a tragedy like this from ever happening again”.