Release date 30 March 2017
Read Baroness Warsi’s article written for Conservative Home on the new Government’s commitment to bringing forward policies that would help ‘bring us closer together as a nation’.
Warsi says: “We will all fight extremism better if we all feel like we are all in the same team.”
‘For days I kept the letter in my handbag. And even on the morning I planned to resign I thought to myself, am I really going to do this?’
In an interview with Red Magazine she said: “Men resign, women ‘flounce’. Men have an opinion, women are ‘bitchy’. Men are forceful, women are ‘awkward’.
“It’s time we started pushing back against that kind of language.”
I am delighted to speak about the vital place I believe faith has in politics.
For the Conservative Party has always put faith at the heart of policy making.
Religion runs through our history and through our veins.
So today I want to argue that, in government…
…even in a Coalition government…
…we are staying true to those roots. Read more
In his speech ‘A Time of Triumph’, Winston Churchill praised those who came ‘from the
uttermost ends of the earth’ to fight alongside Britain in the Second World War.
“From the poorest colony to the most powerful dominion”, he said, “the great maxim held:
when the King declares war, the Empire is at war”.
Both of my grandfathers were among those brave men.
And for that reason I have always known something of British India’s role in that conflict.
But for many years I was unaware of the role their fellow countrymen played 30 years earlier.
The one and a half million from modern day India, Pakistan and Bangladesh who served,
fought and fell for Britain in the Great War. Read more