Many people complain that a certain community is growing and they might start electing their own MPs to Parliament, they might put party politics away and will just vote for a candidate from their community. After looking into this argument can I assure the BNP that the Pakistani community in the UK can not elect an MP on its own?
According to the 2001 UK census the number of Pakistani's in the UK is at 747,285 which is a very interesting figure and something to not worry about just yet. We have more than 600 parliamentary seats so even if we divided the number of Pakistani's by the number of seat I think that will show you that there isn't enough Pakistani's anywhere in the UK to elect an MP.
Places like Manchester, Birmingham, and Bradford have large communities of Pakistani's but even those communities in my view couldn't just elect a Pakistani MP on their own. So Mr BNP the argument that Pakistani's will start electing their own MPs in still a farce, people like Sadiq Khan and Shahid Malik have been elected by the FPTP system (which isn’t the fairest system) and the whole community voted for them not just the Pakistani voters in their seats.