We do what Asian girls from Bradford are not supposed to do — and we are good at it. The team was formed four years ago while the girls were pupils at Carlton Bolling college in Bradford. In spite of this, they began winning tournaments, usually playing against white girls from elite schools. She says they have always faced discrimination. The girls talk openly about the complexity of growing up as Muslim young women in Britain, the pressures from family and community, and the unexpected freedom cricket has given them to express themselves and play with their friends. It has given her freedom to enjoy life outside of the family home, but with school over it is not as easy to get to training.
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British Asians are more socially conservative - and more optimistic - than the wider UK population, a ComRes survey for the Asian Network suggests. A similar number of UK citizens responded to the same questions to generate a reflection of the views of the wider population. Of the 2, respondents to the British Asian survey, 1, were born in the UK - with countries of origin being predominantly India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The survey will be discussed on a special live debate show on the Asian Network , on 14 August from BST - midnight. In the UK-wide survey, younger people were more supportive of same-sex relationships, compared to older people.
British Asians more socially conservative than rest of UK, survey suggests
Asian British people also referred to as British Asians or Asian Britons  are a multi-ethnic group of UK residents who identify as and are perceived to be Asian people. They constitute a significant and growing minority of the people living in the United Kingdom, with 6. This represented a national demographic increase from a 4.
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