Baroness Warsi on Islamophobia and Muslim attacks
The government is "finally dealing" with Islamophobia in the UK, the minister for faith and communities has said in a personal film made for the BBC.
Baroness Warsi visited the Altrincham Islamic Cultural Centre and heard from trustee Amjad Latif about relations with the local community, and attacks on people and buildings.
The former Conservative Party chairman looked at problems relating to attacks and discrimination against ethnic communities, and recalled her description of the 'dinner table test'.
She also spoke to Dr Matthew Goodwin of the University of Nottingham.
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23 Apr 2013