General Election: Why the Asian vote is key

General Election: Why the Asian vote is key
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South Asians no longer voting as a bloc could hold the balance of power in key marginal seats this General Election.

For many years the Labour party has had the lions share of the South Asian vote but the trend from the last two General Elections shows times are changing. 

The Leave campaign – as divisive and nativist as parts of it were – achieved something that the Conservative Party has been trying to do for decades. 

At this General Election, it’s the South Asian vote in the UK that could pave the way to Number 10.

Sky’s Inzamam Rashid reports.

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