Premi Posted September 9, 2022 Report Share Posted September 9, 2022 @dalsingh101 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suella_Braverman Braverman was born to Christie and Uma Fernandes (née Mootien-Pillay), both of Indian origin, who emigrated to Britain in the 1960s from Kenya and Mauritiusrespectively. Her mother was a nurse and a councillor in Brent and her father, of Goanancestry, worked for a housing association. Her mother was born into a Hindu Tamil Mauritian family. Braverman is the niece of Mahen Kundasamy, former Mauritian High Commissioner to London. Political right Braverman stands on the right wing of the Conservative Party, is a committed supporter of Brexit, supports the withdrawal of the UK from the European Convention on Human Rights and supports sending cross-Channel migrants to Rwanda. She has said, "If I get trolled and I provoke a bad response on Twitter I know I'm doing the right thing. Twitter is a sewer of left-wing bile. The extreme left pile on is often a consequence of sound conservative values." British Empire Braverman has described herself as a "child of the British Empire". Her parents, who were from Mauritius and Kenya, came to the UK "with an admiration and gratitude for what Britain did for Mauritius and Kenya, and India". She believes that on the whole, "the British Empire was a force for good".https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/uk-62807062.amp She ran in the Tory leadership contest She pledged to cut taxes and stand up to "woke rubbish" but was voted out in the second round. She is a Buddhist When she became an MP she took her oath of office on the book of Buddhist scripture Dhammapada. 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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