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British Asian

A person who, for the purposes of equal opportunity monitoring in the UK, has an ethnic origin from a former British colony (e.g., Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, British Hong Kong) regardless of where he/she was raised or educated.
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Sharon Jandu, administrator to the Federation of Asian Businesses, said: "Asians and British Asians account for around 7% of the UK population, but we make a huge contribution to the UK's economy.
ZAFAR ANSARI has revealed the pride felt by the four British Asians playing Test cricket for England together for the first time.
The 41-year-old says: "I love doing Citizen Khan and he will continue, but he lives very much in an Asian bubble and I wanted to do something that reflected other experiences of British Asians.
London: British Asians will finally end their years of underrepresentation in the Premier League as soon as one player from the background makes it as a star, according to the founder of the Asian Football Awards (AFA).
The urgency of the question of identity posed to British Asians, and especially British Muslims has intensified in the aftermath.
29 ( ANI ): Pakistani schoolgirl and education activist Malala Yousafzai has topped the list of 101 most powerful British Asians and Asian residents in the UK.
The foundation has lobbied the House of Lords and MPs, warning them of the urgent need to educate British Asians of the elevated risk.
British Asians are disgusted with the racist slurs and reporting in the UK media.
A large percentage of the British Asians are professionals and some work in key roles in our industry.
He focuses on a group of disaffected young British Asians who become radicalised.
In the same way, the new generation of British Asians were able to switch between Asian and English cultures, between different religious and cultural codes, with easy fluidity.
British Asians with a high profile are moving away from the bonds of race and disadvantages and start to create communities of shared values and culture, rather than communities of common decent.

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