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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, he…
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Amir Khan

Amir Khan was born in 1986 in Bolton. He was a surprise silver medalist in boxing in the 2004 Olympics - the youngest Briton since Colin Jones's participation in the 1976 Montreal Olympics. “The most accurate and precise punch-picker I’ve…
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Sajjad Karim MEP

Sajjad is a solicitor by training, describing himself “a person of Pakistani origin, Muslim faith and British birth”. He was initially a Liberal Democrat MEP for the North West of England, elected in 2004, but is now a Conservative MEP.…
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Tariq Mahmood

Dr Tariq Mahmood BSc, MBBS, LMSSA, MSc(Med Edu), MD, FRCP Dr Tariq Mahmood is Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist and a world expert in the field of colonoscopy. He is also the prospective parliamentary candidate for the Liberal Democrats in the…
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Women

Nosheen Dad

    Nosheen Dad is the President of the University of Huddersfield Students Union for 2014.  She was previously Vice President Wellbeing & Equalities and is a graduate in Politics with Media.  She notes: "My role as President is to make…
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Abdel Bari Atwan

Abdel Bari Atwan was born in Gaza, Palestine and has lived in London since 1979. He is the former editor of London-based 'al-Quds al-Arabi', an independent, pan-Arab daily newspaper, from 1989 to June 2013. He is the author of 'The…
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Maleiha Malik

Professor Maleiha Malik Professor Maleiha Malik teaches at the School of Law, Kings College, London . In January 2014 the Law Faculty of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) appointed her as a Distinguished Professor of Law.  Professor Malik will…
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