Forced marriage is still common in some cultures, but younger generations reject it.
Even for those that escape, the stigma of refusing a forced marriage separates young women from their family and community.
Zeshan Rehman – the first player of South Asian origin to play in the Premiership – playing for Queens Park Rangers in 2008.
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Structural inequalities within all levels of British football need to be tackled in order to get more Asians playing the game.
Saad Mohammad Al-Husainy, a student in Birmingham, marries Colette O'Neill in 1954.
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For some, the forced movement and brutalities of partition in 1947 led to new opportunities for women and migration to Britain.
The Conservative candidate for London mayor – Zac Goldsmith – is in hot water for "patronising" the British Indian community with targeted campaign.
Part of the British family enjoying the Village India & Experience Gujara at De Montfort Hall in Leicester.
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The notion of British values has been under considerable scrutiny over the past week after Michael Gove said he believed they should be taught in Britain’s schools. Gove’s broadside against the dangers…