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Sadiq was elected Labour MP for Tooting in London in 2005 and re-elected in 2010 with an increased share of the vote. Since 2010, he has been Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for Justice (with responsibility for political and constitutional reform). 

In 2013 Sadiq was also appointed as Shadow Minister for London. Sadiq led the London Labour 2014 election campaign, which saw Labour achieve its best election result in London in more than 40 years, gaining over 200 new councillors, holding the 15 Councils Labour ran and taking control of five extra councils – Merton, Harrow, Redbridge, Croydon and Hammersmith and Fulham. Half of London’s MEPs are now Labour. 

A lifelong Londoner, Sadiq lives in Tooting, where he was a councillor for over 12 years before becoming an MP, and has been a governor of the primary school he attended as a child for more than two decades. He is married with two daughters.

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CAMPAIGNING FOR REAL CHANGE IN

LONDON

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YOUR MP FOR

TOOTING

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Born in St George's Hospital, and having lived in Tooting all his life, Sadiq was first elected to represent the people of Tooting in Parliament in 2005.

From improving local transport services, to securing funding for local schools, to protecting NHS services, over the last nine and a half years Sadiq has worked with local residents to make Tooting a better place to live. He also continues to raise Tooting residents' concerns in Parliament and with Government departments.

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SADIQ KHAN AND

JUSTICE

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As Shadow Lord Chancellor and Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq holds the government to account on justice and constitutional affairs. This includes issues such as prisons, courts, sentencing, legal aid, House of Lords reform, defamation, voting and boundary reviews, and more recently Sadiq has been holding the Government to account over cuts to legal aid and fervently defending the Human Rights Act.

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