Oliver Dowden CBE, Member of Parliament for Hertsmere, and Morris Bright MBE, Leader of Hertsmere Council, have made a pledge to fight hatred, religious intolerance and discrimination in their roles as the Borough’s elected representatives.
Mr Dowden said: ‘Everyone should be able to enjoy the same religious tolerance we have had in this country over the past centuries. That’s why, we are renewing our commitment of solidarity to fight hatred, religious intolerance and unfair discrimination in all its forms as your elected representatives.
‘Anyone who has any concerns should not hesitate to get in touch and raise them.’ Morris Bright added: ‘We must do everything we can by working together so that everyone in Hertsmere continues to feel safe and happy living in our Borough regardless of faith and ethnic background. This pledge makes that commitment.’