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Birmingham Post Interview: Tories do care for inner city Britain, insists Sayeeda Warsi

Published in the Birmingham Post, Friday 7th October

by Jonathan Walker  

Riots in Birmingham, London and Manchester reflected a “something for nothing” culture encouraged by Labour, Tory chair Sayeeda Warsi tells Political Editor Jonathan Walker

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Sayeeda Warsi Conference Speech 2011

Sunday 2nd October 2011



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Sayeeda Warsi Conference Speech 2011

Sunday, 2nd October 2011

A year ago we met as one party with one purpose.To work together in the national interest.
Things were different.We had a coalition government.
We were in uncharted territory and we faced uncertain times.
But our commitment to the British people was unbreakable. Read more

Conservatives contest 94 per cent of seats in local elections

The Conservative Party are contesting 94 per cent of seats up for election on 5 May – an increase on 2007 when these seats were last fought, according to new analysis released today.

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Sayeeda Warsi: Spring Conference 2011

Speaking in Cardiff at the Conservative Spring Forum, Sayeeda Warsi said;

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8 Members of Parliament. 13 Assembly Members. 171 Councillors.

Coming first in European elections. 380,000 votes in the General Election.

One of the biggest swings in a century.

Our best results in two decades.

This is the Conservative Party in Wales.

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Meet the Chairman

During the week of the 31st August Sayeeda Warsi and Andrew Feldman began a tour of the UK on their ‘Meet the Chairmen’ roadshow. Covering ground from Newcastle to Leeds, Leeds to Manchester, Manchester to Coventry, Coventry to Leicester and Leicester to Taunton they set off to talk to our party faithful, with no question off limits.

Sayeeda Appointed to the Cabinet

Sayeeda Warsi has been appointed a Cabinet Minister and the Conservative Party Chairman. (May 14th 2010)

David Cameron and Sayeeda Warsi Tackle the Issue of Forced Marriages

In a speech in Bradford, the Conservatives unveiled measures to tackle forced marriages. The proposals include raising the age limit to 21 for both spouse and sponsor for marriages from abroad, making spouses register before going abroad to marry and producing awareness packs for schools to deal with the problem. (Feb 21st 2008)