MP for Hornsey and Wood Green
That’s the topic of my latest newspaper column (Asian Voice on this occasion):
Hanging together in the face of adversity – and often in the face of having a community flung into different parts scattered around the world – is an admirable trait. But it can lead to some customs, traditions and religious practices that cross a line of what can be accepted in a civilised society – and so where the state does have (in my view) a duty to intervene and prohibit.
You can read it in full on my website.