Just over two years http://beeg-beegcom.in.net/ beeg hd Until last September, the Lib Dem MP for Brent Central in northwest London was minister for children and families. Elected 10 years ago, at just 29, Teather was one of her party's rising stars, and remains an instinctive loyalist, which may explain why she looks slightly nervous when we meet at her constituency office. But she represents one of the most ethnically diverse boroughs in the country, and when I begin with some small talk about her post-ministerial life she says quickly: "I don't really want this to be about me. The reason I wanted to give this interview is that I'm angry there are no alternative voices on immigration. There is a suddenly this new consensus that has stifled the debate on immigration, and I find it truly terrifying."