• About me


    Rushanara Ali is the Labour Member of Parliament for Bethnal Green and Bow, and is currently Shadow Minister for Education. Click below to find out more.


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  • Campaigns


    Click below to find out about the campaigns Rushanara has been working on.


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  • In Parliament


    Click below to see the work Rushanara has been doing in Parliament.


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Latest News

Rushanara Ali MP urges Government to apply pressure on ‘unacceptable’ Israeli action in Gaza

At a House of Commons statement on Gaza, Rushanara Ali MP spoke out against the escalation of violence between Israel and Palestine, bringing attention to the urgent humanitarian crisis in Gaza. In questioning the Foreign Secretary on the conflict in Gaza which has already cost some 192 lives and hundreds of injuries, Rushanara Ali MP said: “In 2010, …

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Rushanara Ali MP’s statement on the current situation in Israel and Gaza

Reports have suggested some 127 Palestinians have been killed with hundreds of others injured since Israel launched Operation Protective Edge in Gaza. The recent escalation of violence began almost a week ago and was triggered by the kidnap and murder of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank and the murder of a Palestinian teenager …

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New job opportunity with Rushanara Ali MP

Campaign Manager to Rushanara Ali MP for Bethnal Green and Bow £26k – £34k dependant upon skills and experience  Closing date for applications: Monday 4th August 2014 This role is for a highly organised self-starter who can communicate effectively and work closely with the current organiser, local party and volunteers. This is a constituency-based campaigning …

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Rushanara Ali MP campaigns with local residents to stop the Tories shutting down local GP Surgeries

On Saturday, Bethnal Green and Bow MP, Rushanara Ali joined forces with hundreds of residents from across three neighbouring boroughs in a street rally organised by a campaign to save 22 GP practices across Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Newham which have been earmarked for closure due to government changes to funding. The rally also marked …

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