Mohammed Hanif (born November 1964 in Okara, Pakistan) is a British Pakistani writer and journalist. He was born in Okara. He graduated from Pakistan Air Force Academy as a pilot officer, but subsequently left to pursue a career in journalism. He initially worked for Newsline and wrote for The Washington Post and India Today.

IMAM Dr Abdul Jalil Sajid JP is a leading British Muslim of Pakistani origin who is at present IMAM of Brighton Islamic Mission; Chairman of Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony UK, Chair of Pakistan Welfare Association Sussex ( PWA ); Treasurer of National Association of British Pakistani ( NABPAK ); Muslim Judge of Muslim Family Court and a Justice of Peace based at Brighton and Hove Bench Secretary/Treasurer of the Sussex Muslim Society Trust Board, Chair of Muslim Council of Br

Mohammad Sarwar  MP for Glasgow, Govan since 1997. Member of Scottish Affairs Select Committee. Councillor (1992 - 1997). Member of Labour Party Scottish Executive (1995 - 1997).
Member of the UK Overseas Pakistan Chamber of Commerce, the Ethnic Minority Enterprise Centre and the GMB.

Mohammad Asghar (born 30 September 1945), known as Oscar, is a Welsh politician of Pakistani descent, who has been a member of the Welsh Conservative Party, the Welsh Labour Party, and Plaid Cymru. He came to prominence after being elected to the Welsh Assembly in 2007 as a member of Plaid Cymru on the list for South Wales East.

Maleeha Lodhi (Urdu: مليحه لودهى‎) (born 15 November 1952) is a Pakistani diplomat, military strategistcitation needed and political scientist and a former Pakistan's Representative to the United Nations. She was the first woman to hold the position. Previously, she served as Pakistan's envoy to the Court of St James's and twice as its ambassador to the United States

Born and raised in inner-city Birmingham, Makhdum (Mak) Ali Chishty joined the police force as an 18-year-old and, having built a successful career in a variety of senior roles, he decided to return to education by studying an LLB (Hons) Law degree at Birmingham City University. He then joined the Metropolitan Police as Commander for North London - just before the area hit global headlines during the riots of Summer 2011.

The Lord Mayor for the City of Stoke-on-Trent 2014/15 is Councillor Majid Khan. The Lord Mayor is the First Citizen of Stoke-on-Trent, and with this comes a high profile role in promoting and maintaining the interests of the city and its people. The Lord Mayor attends a variety of engagements throughout his year in office, such as Civic Receptions, Parades and general visits.