Shreela Flather, Baroness Flather

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Shreela Flather, Baroness Flather

Teacher and British politician add

Category: Philosophy

Born in 1934.

Country: United Kingdom (100%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Conservative Party (UK), Berkshire, House of Lords

Linked to: British Humanist Association, Child In Need Institute, Conservative Party, University College London Law Faculty

 

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Shreela Flather, Baroness Flather was born in 1934 add something


1990

She became a life peer for the Conservative party in 11 June 1990 as "'Baroness Flather"', of Windsor and Maidenhead in the Royal County of Berkshire add something


1998

In 1998 she resigned the Conservative whip over the demotion of Viscount Cranborne for his actions to reduce the impact of the 1999 House of Lords Act add something


1999

She rejoined the party in 1999, but left a second time in 2008, since when she has sat as a crossbencher add something


2011

In September 2011 she suggested people in the British Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities had a large number of children in order to be able to claim more benefits add something


2012

Baroness Flather made further controversial comments in November 2012, when she defended Conservative election strategist Lynton Crosby, during an incident where he used an offensive term referring to Muslims at a meeting when he was working for Mayor of London, Boris Johnson add something


2015

She was shortlisted for the Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award in 2015 for her outspoken work on women's rights, and she remains in the directory of the Grassroot Diplomat Who's Who publication add something


2017

She was married to Gary Denis Flather until his death in 2017 add something