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Smashing Team

The Guardian’s cricket correspondent Ali Martin reports on two of England’s star players of Muslim heritage, ‘Moeen Ali … Normally first-drop for Worcestershire, the left-hander spent last summer stationed at No8 in Test cricket as his willingness to embrace this...
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Tehmina N Basit

Tehmina Basit is Professor of Education and Director of the Institute for Education Policy Research at Staffordshire University. She was born and brought up in Lahore, Pakistan. Her PhD in Education at the University of Cambridge, completed in 1995,...
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Moazzam Malik

In July 2014 Mr Moazzam Malik was appointed Britain’s ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia, the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), and non-resident Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Timor Leste. He succeeds Mr Mark Canning CMG...
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Amir Cheema

Amir Cheema   Congratulations to Amir Cheema for being conferred the Point of Light award by the Prime Minister for services to scouting. The Scout Association notes, A Scout leader from Bristol, who has brought together hundreds of young people from...
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Mohamed Farah CBE

Mohamed “Mo” Farah CBE is a Somali-born English international track and field athlete in the long distance and middle-distance. He is the current 10,000 metres Olympic and World champion and 5000 metres Olympic, World and European champion. On the...
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Sadiq Khan MP

Successfully defended Tooting in the May 2010 General Election. Appointed Shadow Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice in October 2010 – thus making him the senior-most elected Muslim-heritage politician; previously shadow Transport Secretary. During the September 2010...
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Dr Mushtaq Khan

Dr Mushtaq Khan is Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London. His undergraduate studies were at Oxford (Exhibitioner at Corpus Christi College) and he has a PhD from Cambridge. Originally from Bangladesh,...
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