In case you were feeling excluded, Baroness Warsi has sent her best wishes to all those in the UK and around the world celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr.
She says, “Eid is a time for families and friends, a time of joy and happiness. It is when communities come together, celebrate the end of the month of Ramadan.”
Baroness Warsi “was instrumental in the launch of Operation Black Vote in West Yorkshire in 1996 and was for many years both an executive member of the Kirklees Racial Equality Council and a member of the Joseph Rowntree Trust Racial Justice Committee.”
She has said she believes that anti-Muslim prejudice is seen as normal and acceptable in the UK.
The baroness was appointed chair of the Conservative Party in 2010 after failing to get elected as an MP.