Labour despise the likes of Priti Patel and Rishi Sunak because they challenge the left's perceived ownership of BAME people. They also diminish the left's characterisation of the Tories as 'white oppressors'. It's truly dreadful stuff and something that we can clearly see happening with the Black Lives Matter movement as they seek to pit black against white.
Echoing Priti Patel's defiance against the Labour bullies was Tory backbencher Darren Henry. The Broxtowe newcomer used his maiden speech on Friday to declare that Labour do not own him. The Windrush descendent said: "The members opposite claim Windrush as their own, as if it is obvious that immigrants are somehow obliged - morally and practically - to be Labour supporters. Well my family was not and I am not".
Watch his full speech below.
In the general election Henry transformed Anna Soubry's 863 Tory majority into a 5,331 Tory majority. Soubry stood as a Change candidate and finished a distant third.
Broxtowe general election 2019
Darren Henry (Con) 26,602 (48.1%) +1.3%
Greg Marshall (Lab) 21,271 (38.5%) -6.8%
Anna Soubry (Change) 4,668 (8.5%) New
Kat Boettge (Green) 1,806 (3.3%) +2.0%
Amy Dalla Mura (Eng Dem) 432 (0.8%) New
Teck Khong (Ind) 321 (0.6%) New
David Bishop (Elvis) 172 (0.3%) New