List of British Pakistanis

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The following is a list of notable British Pakistanis, namely notable citizens or residents of the United Kingdom whose ethnic origins lie in Pakistan:

Academia and education[edit]

Humanities[edit]

Natural sciences[edit]

Social sciences[edit]

University leadership and executives[edit]

Business and finance[edit]

FTSE 100 and multinational corporations[edit]

Small and medium-sized enterprises[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Journalism and media[edit]

Law and justice[edit]

  • Nazir Afzal – Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England;[16] one of his first decisions in that role was to initiate prosecutions in the case of the Rochdale sex trafficking gang
  • Aamer Anwar – Glaswegian solicitor; named as Criminal Lawyer of the Year by The Law Awards of Scotland in 2005 and 2006[111]
  • Judge Tan Ikram – District Judge (MC) based at Westminster Magistrates' Court & Associate Judge, SBA, Cyprus; holds honorary doctorates in laws (LLD) from the University of West London[112] and the University of Wolverhampton; Contributing Editor, Archbold Magistrates Criminal Courts Practice 2016
  • Javed Khan – Former Chief Executive of the British charity Victim Support;[113] of Kashmiri origin; member of the Whitehall Social Policy Forum; an adviser to the Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Programme[114]

Literature and art[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Civil Service, Military and Police[edit]

Politics[edit]

Members of Parliament[edit]

Peers[edit]

Members of European Parliament[edit]

  • Amjad Bashir – Conservative MEP for Yorkshire and Humber; former UKIP Small & Medium Business spokesman
  • Sajjad Karim – Conservative MEP; born in Brierfield, Lancashire; qualified as a solicitor and started a number of successful lawyers' practices before being elected as a Member of the European Parliament in 2007; Conservative Legal Affairs Spokesman; sits on the Industry, Research and Energy Committee
  • Bashir Khanbhai – former Conservative MEP for East of England
  • Wajid Khan – Labour MEP for the North West England European constituency[158]
  • Nosheena Mobarik, Baroness Mobarik – Scottish Conservative MEP[159]
  • Afzal Khan – solicitor and former Labour MEP for North West region; first Asian Lord Mayor of Manchester; currently Manchester City Council's Executive Member for Children's Services

Members of Scottish Parliament[edit]

Members of Welsh Assembly[edit]

Mayors[edit]

Others in politics[edit]

International governmental organizations[edit]

Religion[edit]

Militants[edit]

Science and medicine[edit]

  • Haroon Ahmed – prominent scientist in the fields of microelectronics and electrical engineering[8]
  • Qanta Ahmed – physician specializing in sleep disorders. She is also an author and a newspaper columnist[184]
  • Rozina Ali – microvascular reconstructive plastic surgeon and consultant with a specialist interest in breast reconstruction; television presenter[185]
  • Nadia Bukhari – pharmacist and youngest female fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society; an honour bestowed to those who have achieved excellence and distinction in their pharmacy career.[186]
  • Hasnat Khan – heart and lung surgeon who was romantically involved with Diana, Princess of Wales[187]
  • Mohammad Naseem – qualified GP and the chairman of the Birmingham Mosque Trust[188]
  • Asim Shahmalak – hair transplant surgeon and broadcaster, and proponent of such surgery; in 2009, he performed the UK's first eyelash transplant[189]

Sport[edit]

Boxing[edit]

  • Tanveer Ahmed – former lightweight boxer; WBO Inter-Continental champion
  • Usman Ahmed – super flyweight boxer; YouTube sensation
  • Adnan Amar – British light-middleweight boxer, multiple title winner[190]
  • Adil Anwar – British light-welterweight boxer and multiple title winner[191]
  • Qais Ashfaq – amateur boxer from Leeds; Commonwealth silver medallist[192]
  • Jawaid Khaliq, MBE – first British Asian to win a world title belt[193]
  • Amer Khan – former undefeated light-heavyweight boxer, Central Area championship winner
  • Amir Khan – British light-welterweight boxer; 2004 Olympics silver medalist; former world champion
  • Haroon Khan – super-flyweight boxer and commonwealth bronze-medalist[194]
  • Nadeem Siddique – former British welterweight boxer, multiple title winner[195]

Cricket[edit]

Football[edit]

Martial arts[edit]

  • Qasim Beg – undefeated kickboxing champion, two-time world champion
  • Imran Khan – two-time World Muay Thai champion[257]
  • Nisar Smiler – two-time karate world champion and fifty-time gold medalist

Other sports[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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