“Are black men not supposed to be allowed to attend top schools, live in nice villages, or support whatever political party they wish?...It is such regressive attitudes, notably prevalent among sections of the 'progressive' Left, which is one of the principal racist barriers holding back so many black people in this country.”

Son of a Nigerian immigrant, Bim Afolami is a Conservative MP. After studying at Eton and Oxford, Bim worked in the City for 10 years before going into politics. He is known for his centre-ground beliefs, and is a patron for the Tory Reform Group, a pressure group that works to promote moderate, One Nation Conservatism throughout the Party. But despite being seen as a moderate, he is not scared of making his voice heard: he recently described Donald Trump as ‘a cancer at the heart of US politics.’

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