In the fourth extract from The Enemy Within, Sayeeda Warsi calls for a 'reset' in the relationship between politicians, policy-makers and our British Muslim communities.
Sayeeda Warsi, author of The Enemy Within, shares a tale of Muslim Britain in a week-long serialisation. In Part 3, she gives an insight into the paranoia surrounding the government's dealings with Muslims.
Sayeeda Warsi, author of The Enemy Within, shares a tale of Muslim Britain in a week-long serialisation. In Part 2 she asks: what makes a terrorist?
A lawyer, businesswoman and racial justice campaigner, Sayeeda Warsi is Britain's first Muslim Cabinet minister. Appointed a life peer at the age of thirty-six, she served as Chairman of the Conservative Party, in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and as Minister for Faith and Communities. In the summer of 2014 she resigned from government, citing its 'morally indefensible' policy on Gaza.