• About me


    This website was established while Rushanara Ali was a Member of Parliament. As Parliament has been dissolved there are no Members of Parliament until after the Election on 07 May 2015. 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

Forthcoming Events

I'll be speaking at a number of hustings events over the next few weeks. If you would like more information about these events or my campaign in general, please contact campaigns@rushanaraali.org or call on 0207 729 6682.   Palestine Solidarity Campaign and Jenin Friendship Association Hustings: Cranbrook Community Centre, Mace Street, E2 0QS, Monday 20 April …

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Rushanara Ali says Labour’s 2015 General Election Manifesto is a vision for creating a united and stronger East End

  Rushanara Ali welcomed the launch of Labour’s 2015 General Election manifesto, describing the Labour vision as “credible and aspirational” for both the country and the residents of Bethnal Green and Bow.   The manifesto included details of Labour’s plan to help working people succeed, as well as rules on its balanced plan to cut …

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Rushanara Ali launches East End Labour General Election campaign at major event at Queen Mary University, Mile End

Rushanara Ali officially launched her campaign for re-election in Bethnal Green and Bow at a local event attended by a host of fellow Labour colleagues, members and supporters, with former Labour leader Lord Kinnock giving the keynote address. Her Labour colleagues Lyn Brown, Margaret Hodge and Frank Dobson also gave speeches to a packed auditorium …

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Rushanara Ali champions Labour’s commitment to saving Bengali language qualifications in schools from being axed by the Tory-led Government

Rushanara Ali campaigned for Labour to renew its commitment to the future of Bengali teaching in schools, in response to Government plans to cut Bengali language qualifications from the school curriculum alongside other foreign languages including Guajarati, Punjabi, Turkish and Polish. Rushanara said: “From start to finish, this Government has caused chaos in our education …

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