Sewell, Badenoch, Mirza and Patel — How the government deploy their BME MPs to fight the #WarOnWoke

Kemi Badenoch, Tony Sewell and Priti Patel — all loyal foot soldiers in the government’s ‘culture wars’

Lee Pinkerton explores how the UK government are using their Black and Asian MPs and advisors to shut down accusations of racism and deny the existence of institutional racism.

Munira Mirza spent eight years as Johnson’s deputy mayor for culture in London
Tony Sewell has little interest in those without the potential to get into Oxbridge
Equalities Minister Kemi Badenoch took to twitter to attack a Black journalist
Home Secretary Priti Patel — when it comes to racism or social justice, she will not take lectures from the other side of the house
Minister for Women and Equalities Liz Truss feels the government should decide if racism exists or not.
Boris Johnson has long paraded his cabinet as the most ethnically diverse in British history.

Boris Johnson has long paraded his cabinet as the most ethnically diverse in British history. From a distance this appears true. The current party contains former Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid; the first Black chairman of a main political party, James Cleverly; the first Muslim to attend Cabinet, Sayeeda Warsi; and the first female British-Asian Home Secretary, Priti Patel.

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