With the UK on the cusp of yet another general election, British politics could not be more unpredictable. A number of groups are very much “in play”, as bonds of party identification continue to fray. This includes pro-Brexit traditional Labour voters in the provincial Midlands, Northern England, and Wales, who feel utterly abandoned by the party’s position on EU membership. But there is another part of the UK’s “volatile” electorate which has come to represent a key “Labour-Conservative” battleground—Britain’s Indian Hindus.
Read the full article in The Sunday Guardian