Murad Qureshi

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Murad Qureshi was born on 27 May, 1965 in Greater Manchester, United Kingdom. Discover Murad Qureshi’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

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Age55 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born27 May 1965
Birthday27 May
BirthplaceGreater Manchester, United Kingdom

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He lost his seat in 2016, but returned to the assembly in 2020 following the resignation of Fiona Twycross.


Under his chairmanship of the Environment Committee at the London Assembly, a body of work emerged against expansion of Heathrow airport work and its adverse environmental impact on Londoners’ quality of life, particularly in West London suburbs, including reports Plane Speaking (2012) and Flights of Fancy (2010), plus consultation responses on the Government’s Draft Aviation Policy Framework (2012), and more recently against night flights.

Among his campaigns, Qureshi has called for the inclusion of Twenty20 cricket in the 2012 Olympic Games, a proposal which has received the backing of the London Assembly, and he has advocated the use of blue lines to mark the courses of London’s underground rivers.


In “Flights of Fancy” produced before the last general election in May 2010, it argued against Labour government keenness to have a third runway at Heathrow. Since losing the last general election, the Labour Party has dropped its expansion of Heathrow airport position.


Qureshi closely follows political developments in South Asia, and was in Bangladesh for the parliamentary elections in December 2008.


In 2007, Qureshi hosted a meeting at City Hall which launched the Cambridge IGCSEs in Bangladesh, Pakistan and India Studies with Amartya Sen’s support.


Qureshi was Chair of the London Assembly’s Environment Committee and a Member of the Transport Committee. He was also a member of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, which oversees the London Fire Brigade between 2004–2012 and Chair of the Mayor’s London Waterways Commission, since its inception.

He has worked for many years to raise awareness of the crucial role of remittances in international development with his last letter in the Financial Times generating much debate. In 2004, remittances was the key topic on which he presented evidence before the House of Commons International Development Committee as part of a submission by the British Bangladeshi International Development Group.


Qureshi was a councillor in the City of Westminster from 1998 to 2006, was elected on the Labour Party’s party list to the London Assembly in the 2004 Assembly election, was re-elected in the 2008 election and re-elected in 2012 Assembly election. He failed to be re-elected at the 2016 election; because Labour gained constituency seats, it lost seats from its party list, which Qureshi was on.


He was an Executive Committee member of SERA from 1994 to 2000 and a former board member of BRAC U.K, an international NGO seeking to alleviate poverty and empower the poor.


Qureshi has a music record named after him and has financially backed a British film Shongram, which is a romantic drama, set during the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation struggle.


Murad Qureshi (Bengali: মুরাদ কোরেশী ; born 27 May 1965) is a British Labour and Co-operative Party politician, and a Member of the London Assembly. He is the current chair of the Stop the War Coalition.

Qureshi was born in Greater Manchester, but he was brought up in Westminster, London, where his parents moved in July 1965. He attended Quintin Kynaston School and graduated from the University of East Anglia with a degree in Development Studies, before undertaking an MSc in Environmental Economics at University College London.