1. Sadiq Khan was the fifth of eight children born to Sunni Muslim parents who had arrived in Britain from Pakistan shortly before his birth.
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3. In 2016, Sadiq Khan was elected with 56.8 percent of the vote, beating Conservative Zac Goldsmith.
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4. Sadiq Khan is a member of the Labour party and represented Tooting in the House of Commons from 2005 until his election as Mayor in 2016.
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5. Sadiq Khan is a practising Muslim who observes the fast during Ramadan and regularly attends Al-Muzzammil Mosque in Tooting.
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6. Sadiq Khan was threatened by the far-right group Britain First, which in 2016 threatened to take "direct action" against Khan where he "lives, works and prays" as part of an anti-Muslim campaign.
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11. Sadiq Khan is regularly named among the Top 100 London politicians in the London Evening Standards annual poll of the 1,000 most influential Londoners and is an Ambassador for Mosaic Network, an initiative set up by Prince Charles.
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21. Sadiq Khan said that the success in Glasgow at stopping bloodshed showed that similar efforts in London would take time.
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23. Sadiq Khan is a practising Muslim, who observes the fast during Ramadan, and regularly attends Al-Muzzammil Mosque in Tooting.
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25. Sadiq Khan criticised Great Britain's government in June 2017 for its lack of drive in improving general air quality.
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31. On 9 May 2016, Sadiq Khan resigned as an MP by his appointment to the ancient office of Crown Steward and Bailiff of The Three Chiltern Hundreds, a customary practice in the UK.
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32. In the vote, Sadiq Khan was returned for a third term as MP for Tooting, defeating his Conservative rival by 2,842 votes.
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36. In the subsequent Labour leadership election Sadiq Khan was an early backer of Ed Miliband, becoming his campaign manager.
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37. In March 2010, Sadiq Khan publicly stated that for a second successive year he would not be taking a pay rise as an MP or Minister, declaring "At a time when many people in Tooting and throughout the country are having to accept pay freezes I don't think it's appropriate for MPs to accept a pay rise.
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38. In this work, Sadiq Khan argued that the Labour Party had to reconnect with British Muslims, arguing that it had lost the trust of this community as a result of the Iraq War.
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40. Sadiq Khan was one of the Labour MPs who led the successful opposition to Prime Minister Tony Blair's proposed introduction of 90 days' detention without charge for those suspected of terrorism offences.
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