Conservatives should be careful not to assume that all Hindus are Thatcherites in waiting. Some regard standing up to Modi, and keeping his anti-Muslim politics out of Britain, as much more important.
One of my seasonal wishes is for the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme (ACRS) to include people from such religious minority groups.
Some seem to believes that they have a right to own the support of ethnic minority voters. Which they don’t.
Not being white remains the number one demographic predictor of not voting Tory.
While we mark the tragedies in our past, let us also focus on celebrating our current partnership and enduring friendship with India.
It is a sad and all-too-obvious fact that most of the decision makers I meet in my role as Mayor are people who look like me.
Voluntary-aided status works both for Catholic schools and everyone else. Furthermore, lifting the cap from new institutions could have had unexpected consequences.
Over time, proposals have either been denounced as politically correct nonsense, or embraced with an enthusiastic “me, too”-ism. Neither approach is exactly rigorous.
The sacrifices of our forefathers should inspire us to step up and serve, in our own ways.
Commemorating the contributions of ethnic minorities to our military can inspire future generations to stand up and serve.
Many feel British and have a Commonwealth attachment – but worry that the Brexit campaign is run by UKIP.
His passionate defence of the welfare state runs counter to values that are truly embedded in their psyche: self-reliance, personal responsibility, entrepreneurialism.
Priti Patel, Alok Sharma, Shailesh Vara – all have played a part in the big push among Indian-origin voters. It needs more money and support.
A Survation poll commissioned by British Future finds that David Cameron’s party won a majority of Hindu votes – and also polled well with other Asian voters in the south.