There are over 500,000 Tamils living in the UK. The Tamil community being naturally conservative, with firm belief in tradition, family values and education wished to strengthen their relationship with the Conservative Party. The British Tamil Conservatives was formed on 25 October 2008 as an organisation that can support the party and be a bridge between the community and the conservatives.
We believe our work has had significant impact on constituencies with large Tamil population and help deliver number of Conservative members of parliament in the last three General Elections.
As Tamils our foremost thoughts will always be the suffering of our brothers and sisters back in Sri Lanka. The British Tamil Conservatives are committed to bring awareness of the plight of the Tamils in Sri Lanka within the Conservative party and seek justice, peace and dignity for the Tamil community.