Churchill’s Asian spy princess comes out of the shadows
"Noor’s bravery has long been recognised in France, where there are two memorials and a ceremony held each year to mark her death.
However, in Britain, although Noor was posthumously awarded the George Cross in 1949, her courage has since been allowed to fade in history.
That is about to change with the launch of a campaign to raise £100,000 to install a bronze bust of her in London, close to her former home.
It would be the first memorial in Britain to either a Muslim or an Asian woman.”