Ethnic minority vote could decide the election

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Ethnic minority vote could decide the election

Ethnic minority voters could decide who will get into Number 10 in the up coming election.

A report by the Runnymead Trust has suggested the Conservatives could stand to lose as many as nine seats unless they do more to attract the ethnic minority vote. 

Dr Omar Khan from the trust explains more. 

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