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It shouldn’t be surprising that a Muslim son of immigrants is funding Reform

20 June 2024

1:56 AM

20 June 2024

1:56 AM

Should it really be a surprise that Zia Yusuf, a Muslim entrepreneur who made his fortune setting up a company that runs an app providing concierge services for posh blocks of flats, has chosen to support Reform?

It is clear that Mr Yusuf has not thrown his lot in with Reform in spite of its policies on migration, but because of them.

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