On the evening of Thursday 25th April, The Foreign and Commonwealth dinner commemorated the 70th anniversary of the creation of the Commonwealth in 1949 with just 8 nations. Today, the Commonwealth has 53 member nations comprising of more than 2.4 million people.
Rt. Hon Jeremy Hunt MP was in attendance and spoke about the fact that the UK is a country and a society where people of any nationality, ethnicity or race feel at home and accepted as part of what make the UK the multicultural melting pot it is today. He applauded the fact that “Conservatives upholds the values of a multi-cultural society and the communities from the world have made Britain their home is a testament to British Conservative values of open society.”
Rami Ranger, CBE, presided at the dinner and were joined by Brandon Lewis MP,Tom Tugendhat MP, Tony Lit MBE of Sunrise Radio and our MD Manish Tiwari.