BTC campaigns in Barnet
The British Tamil Conservatives conducted a Mass Action Day in Barnet delivering leaflets promoting our Vice Chair and Member of Parliament for Chipping Barnet, Theresa Villiers and Conservative Mayoral candidate for London, Shaun Bailey.
Consevatives MPs join New Year festivities
Chairman of All-Party Parliamentary Group for Tamils and member of parliament for Sutton and Cheam, Paul Sculley and Vice Chair of the Conservative Party and member of parliament for Maidstone and Weald, Helen Grant attended the festivities that took place in Stoneleigh Amman temple and Wimbledon Shri Ganapathy temple to usher in the Tamil New Year on 15th of April.
Curry Night in Parliament
The British Tamil Conservatives hosted a Curry Night in Parliament to thank the Members of Parliament who tirelessly work to promote and support the community. Members from many Tamil community organsiations attended the event and Frances Harrison from International Truth and Justice Project (ITJP) and Dr. Thusiyan Nandakumar from the Tamil Guardian provided a brief overview of latest developments in Sri Lanka and the plight of Tamils in the island.
Thai Pongal wishes from the Prime Minister
Prime Minister Theresa May sent her Pongal wishes to the Tamils in the UK and across the world in a video message. In her message the Prime Minister praised the contribution Tamils make to the country and said “small in number but big in impact, every day and in every corner of the country you help make Britain the successful, thriving, diverse place it is today.” Please see below for the full text of the Prime Minister’s message: I want to send my warmest wishes to our Briti