Tories will 'struggle to win unless they attract minority voters'

The Conservatives will struggle to win the next election unless they do more to attract ethnic minority voters, former Tory party chairman Baroness Warsi has warned.

Warsi - who resigned from the government over the Government's policy on Gaza - said the Tories were ignoring "electoral reality" by not widening its appeal across Britain, claiming they had left it "a little late" to win votes.

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Tories will 'struggle to win unless it attracts minority voters'

The Conservatives will struggle to win the next election unless it does more to attract ethnic minority voters, former Tory party chairman Baroness Warsi has warned.

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Lady Warsi - who resigned from the government over the Government's policy on Gaza - said the Tories were ignoring "electoral reality" by not widening its appeal across Britain.

"I will be out there, vocally fighting for an outright Conservative majority," the peer told The Times and the Independent on Sunday.

"But the electoral reality is that we will not win outright Conservative majorities until we start attracting more of the ethnic vote."

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