The Camerons’ visit to a Gurdwara in Gravesham was evidence of the Party’s push for support among Hindu and Sikh voters.
Posts Tagged: Race and multiculturalism
Why is discrimination on the ground of the family into which you born less unfair than discrimination on the ground of the colour of your skin?
Each Council should have an experienced senior Cabinet member to be a point of contact.
Labour-run Leicester banned Israeli-manufactured products. The Tower Hamlets Mayor tried to create his own municipal foreign policy by flying the Palestinian flag.
Charlotte Leslie MP: Immigration. The NHS. And all the other subjects we’re not meant to talk about.
It’s not just cartoons of Mohammed that have become taboo.
Attempts to create a strong, Islamic, national voice against extremism have produced many talking heads but no massed voice.
Ziya Meral: Most Britons with migrant origins are natural Tories. Here’s why the Conservatives are losing them.
Most discussions are held as if there are no migrants in the room, and somehow migrants don’t hear what is being said about them.
Iain Dale: The ten years of Guido party. Staines and Cole in charge – but only one was playing Amanda Holden
Plus: The fiendish Guido seating plan. Mike Read is not a racist. And: shame on the six Conservative MEPs who voted for Juncker.
The former Defence Secretary’s ConservativeHome address at the Conservative Party Conference earlier this afternoon.
Plus: Exam results – my story. The BBC’s hypocrisy over Janice Atkinson. And my great-uncle, killed in action ten days before the end of World War One.
Will Gove, May, Truss and Javid one day be the political revolutionaries whose pictures adorn the walls of student digs?
Interference at a local level goes against every conservative principle we all hold dear – but the consequences of not acting can be severe.
Adam Afriyie MP: Why these bad results for the Conservatives? Because of the Westminster party establishment
Many feel that the Tories have drifted away from their small-c conservative roots. I feel that too.
It corrects any impression that their efforts are aimed solely at Muslim voters, but solves none of the key questions posed by aspects of the campaign.
People from minority backgrounds are likely to make up a third of the population by 2050 – their electoral significance is only increasing.