Foreign Office minister Baroness Warsi has dramatically quit the government, citing the UK's "morally indefensible" position
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Baroness Warsi has denounced atheist academic Richard Dawkins as a "secular fundamentalist", as she spoke about tackling
Does Nigel Farage run a party of 'loonies, fruitcakes and closet racists'? What would she be advocating the Tories do or
Vince Cable has openly called on David Cameron to improve the diversity of his cabinet by appointing more women. The Lib
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David Cameron met survivors of the Srebrenica genocide as the Government pledged around £170,000 of funding to help children
While I support Mehdi for taking a stand against anti-Semitism and urging Muslims to be as diligent in denouncing it as they are Islamophobia, I reject the presumed community complicity implied by his reference to "our dirty little secret".
Islamophobia has not only passed the dinner table test but it has permeated British society at every level. The media, politicians, security services, policymakers and other public institutions can all be held responsible for the rise in anti-Muslim sentiment over the past few years.
Co-chairman of the Conservative Party Baroness Warsi has been cleared by a Parliamentary watchdog over her expenses, after