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Posts Tagged: Ali Miraj
I believe that it is important that such figures be recognised and that is why I decided to establish the “Contrarian Prize” which is now entering its second year.
The writer has stood twice as a Conservative Parliamentary Candidate. He warns that last week's Question Time will boost the… Read more »
Ali Miraj: Creating new grammar schools, abolishing the 50% student target and performance-related pay for teachers: all part of a plan to reform the education system
Ali Miraj has served as a Councillor, is a two-time parliamentary candidate and was a Board Member of two of… Read more »
Ali Miraj has stood for Parliament twice (and questioned why he found it difficult to find a safe seat) and… Read more »
Ali Miraj, who has written controversially in the past, has been quoted on BBC Online accusing David Cameron of being… Read more »
Ali was Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Aberavon in 2001 and Watford 2005. He is a board member of the Conservative… Read more »