British children are sitting in refugee camps, government must assess their best interests

When passing the legislation to deprive people of their citizenship, Parliament left a lacuna for British children in refugee camps after the end of the fighting against IS, says Baroness Berridge. Pink would be the bedroom colour of a nine-year old British child, Sara who sits dreaming of Britain, whilst in an informal refugee camp […]

Diversity in our currency

No, this is not a piece about whether the UK should use the Euro, but refers to the letter to the Governor of the Bank of England outlining the need to ensure diversity in the choice of people on our currencies. I was delighted to join this campaign, and I do hope that Mary Seacole, […]

An additional honour: Order of British Excellence

It has been quite some time since I have written for this blog but I suppose better late than never. Here is my latest idea and how it came about…. I have always been quite surprised at how different experiences in life, that seem to be unconnected, are actually part of the whole piece. During […]

How to make freedom of religion a reality

Article published in The House magazine, 15 January 2018: Around the world too many people are still living in fear of persecution for their beliefs. It’s time we matched our rhetoric with practical action, writes Baroness Berridge. For those of us working to advance the importance of Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human […]