The Telegraph: If it means you have a short but productive life, that is worth doing, Sayeeda Warsi interview
Published in The Telegraph, Saturday 5th March 2011
By Robert Winnett, Deputy Political Editor
Ever since Baroness Warsi was appointed Britain’s first Muslim Cabinet minister she has faced serious threats from Islamic extremists.
The role has made her one of the most high-profile targets in politics — so much so that her family has urged her to step away from the limelight.
But the co-chairman of the Conservative Party, who is 40 later this month, said she believed the cause was too important.