Conservative MP Nusrat Ghani says that when she asked why she had been sacked from Boris Johnson's government, she was told her Muslim faith had been "making colleagues uncomfortable."

Jan 22, 2022 · 7:26 PM UTC

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Ghani says the whips told her she wasn't "loyal to the party" as she didn't defend them from racism allegations. thetimes.co.uk/article/ec4f0…
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Boris Johnson has previously: - Said Islamophobia is a "natural reaction" to Islam - Compared Muslim women to letterboxes - Said "Islam is the problem" - Asked "when is someone going to get 18th century on Islam's medieval ass?" businessinsider.com/boris-jo…
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Baroness Warsi told me that she was also told that she was making colleagues feel "uncomfortable" in David Cameron's government. This is a recurring experience for Muslim women in the Conservative Party. businessinsider.com/islamoph…
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Replying to @AdamBienkov
That’s another crime to add to the list
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Who had that on their bingo card?
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Replying to @AdamBienkov
The wheel on that £350M bus haven't just come off, it's been dumped in a side road, jacked up on bricks and all the seats ripped up, all the windows smashed in and oil spilling all over the place. Just needs a lit match thrown into now ... Can't wait
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Replying to @AdamBienkov
Unsurprising but fucking hell
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Replying to @AdamBienkov
From the government of the letterbox bank robbers man! What a surprise.
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Replying to @AdamBienkov
I believe that actually is a new low. Disgusting.
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