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In terms of my background, I qualified as a solicitor in 2010 and practised in business defence, regulatory law, criminal and civil litigation, and professional conduct. I was a founding member of the Midlands Asian Lawyers Association and served as President of the Leicestershire Junior Lawyers Division.
Between 2015 and 2021 I worked at the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). I investigated serious allegations and major incidents involving the police, such as deaths in custody. I was elected as head of the staff association and led a national team, working to protect jobs and solve employment disputes, across seven offices.
I have undertaken many years of public service, notably as a Leicester city councillor, as a school governor, as a charity trustee, and as a board member of the Leicestershire Police Authority – where I led efforts to save 200 policing jobs.
I believe in the ideals and institutions of our democracy and I am proud of Britain’s values and traditions. Throughout my legal, regulatory, and political careers I have worked to uphold the rule of law and challenge corruption and extremism, as well as scrutinise power, solve problems, and save jobs.
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