The issue of Islamophobia within the Tory party has been hindered by internal “turmoil,” according to an independent reviewer. Boris Johnson initiated an investigation into discrimination within the party following the 2019 election. In 2021, Professor Swaran Singh published his findings, highlighting that anti-Muslim sentiment remains a problem within the Conservative party. However, the frequent changes in party leadership since then have slowed down the implementation of recommended changes. Professor Singh’s latest review revealed that there is still no formal process in place to address discrimination complaints against senior party members. Additionally, local-level training on the issue is inconsistent, and the response to the investigation has not resulted in improved awareness or action at the ground level. The care and support for those who come forward with allegations also need improvement. The report emphasized the need for an overhaul of the complaints system, increased transparency, and clear guidelines for appropriate sanctions. The report also noted that incidents involving high-profile figures, such as Lord Goldsmith and Boris Johnson, have created the perception that the party and its leadership are insensitive to Muslim communities. The review recommended that complaints against senior members be handled independently. The current Conservative chairman, Greg Hands, acknowledged the progress made on Professor Singh’s recommendations but recognized that there is still work to be done for continual improvement.