Sir Julian Lewis: Given that the Minister mentioned antisemitism in universities, may I draw her attention and the attention of the House to the excellent work of the Council for At-Risk Academics, which was founded in 1933 to rescue eminent academics who were being barred from German universities and has functioned ever since? Tomorrow, I hope to meet a young female academic who has been enabled to come to the University of Southampton by CARA, doing the work that it started back then. A lot of good work goes on in universities, including more than 100 of them affiliated to CARA that fund CARA fellowships to enable rescued people to continue with their academic career and one day, hopefully, go back to a free Afghanistan, among other places.
[The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (Felicity Buchan): I thank my right hon. Friend for updating the House on that important work.]
[For Julian's speech in this Holocaust Memorial Day debate click here.]