Saima Mohsin is a British Pakistani journalist who works for CNN in Islamabad. She has notably reported on the Taliban’s attack on Pakistani teen activist Malala Yousafzai for the network, including the investigation to apprehend her attackers and the subsequent worldwide support Malala received. Mohsin also exclusively revealed the identity of the key suspect in the Malala shooting investigation.

Sadiq Khan is the Member of Parliament for Tooting, where he has lived all his life. He was first elected as MP for Tooting on 5th May 2005 and was re-elected on 6th May 2010. Sadiq Aman Khan was appointed Minister of State for Communities by Prime Minister Gordon Brown, making him the second-ever British Pakistani to serve in the UK Government.

Qurban Hussain, The Lord Hussain (born 27 March 1956) is a British Liberal Democrat politician and life peer. He was the unsuccessful candidate for parliament for Luton South in 2005 and 2010. He was firstly a member of the Labour Party, from 1996 to 2003 but then joined the Liberal Democrats. He has been a member of Luton Borough Council since 2003, serving as its Deputy Leader from 2005 to 2007.

Rahila Bano came to the Northwest of England nine years ago (1994AD) after being invited to set up the Asian shared programming unit between BBC Radio Lancashire and BBC GMR. The unit produced eleven of Asian programmes for the regions Asian communities in English and Asian languages.  Rahila has worked in a  production ,  presentation  and reporting capacity . Part of her role included reporting on Asian issues  for BBC Northwest Tonight as the Asian Affairs Correspondent.

Parvez Jamil Mir (born September 24, 1953, Sutrapur, Dacca, East Pakistan) is a London based Pakistani TV anchorperson, a former professional cricketer who has in the past played in the Central Lancashire Leagues for Crompton CC, and in the Bolton League for Egerton, Walkden and Kearsley Cricket Clubs, in amateur club cricket he has played for Vauxhall Mallards,Ingham,and Horsford Cricket Clubs in Norfolk

Nosheena Mobarik has championed business development and greater social cohesion within Scotland and internationally. She has a special interest in promoting harmonious relationships between business and the communities, such that both can thrive. Business can deliver prosperity and be a great force for good. It can be immensely more effective through a better understanding and engagement of the communities it serves locally, nationally and internationally.