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From 2002–2005, she worked in the community cohesion unit at the Communities Directorate of the Home Office, leading a work programme to mobilise local and national agencies in the aftermath of the 2001 riots in Burnley, Bradford and Oldham, to prevent further conflict and unrest, challenging central Government to provide appropriate support to these areas.Previously, Ali worked as Associate Director of the Young Foundation in Bethnal Green, a thinktank focused on social innovation.; born 14 March 1975) is a British Labour Party politician and Associate Director of the Young Foundation, who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bethnal Green and Bow since 2010.Previously Shadow Minister for International Development, in the 2013 Labour reshuffle, Ali joined the Shadow Education team.The earliest records of arrivals from the region that is known today as Bangladesh (was British India) are of Sylheti cooks in London during 1873, in the employment of the East India Company, who travelled to the UK as lascars on ships to work in restaurants.These first few arrivals started the process of "chain migration" mainly from one region of Bangladesh, Sylhet, which led to substantial numbers of people migrating from rural areas of the region, creating links between relatives in Britain and the region.
In April 2007, Ali was chosen as the Labour Party's prospective Parliamentary candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow, and in May 2010, was elected as a Member of Parliament with a majority of 11,574 votes.
In his return letter to Ali, Miliband praised her as 'someone with great ability and talent'.
Regretting her departure from the frontbench team, the Labour leader added that he accepted the resignation with due respect to her decision.
I know that British Muslims stand united in the total condemnation of the murders that ISIL have committed.
However, there is a genuine belief in Muslim and non-Muslim communities that military action will only create further bloodshed and further pain for the people of Iraq," Ali also told Miliband that she remained totally committed to his leadership and was looking forward to his becoming the prime minister in next eight months' time.