Cameron raises stakes in London's dirty mayoral election

Labour party candidate Sadiq Khan, a Muslim former government minister and human rights lawyer, is favourite to win the May 5 London mayoral electionPrime Minister David Cameron accused the opposition Labour party’s candidate for London mayor of associating with an alleged Islamic State group supporter Wednesday, spotlighting the dirty race to run Britain’s capital. Cameron’s comments were aimed at Sadiq Khan, a Muslim former government minister and human rights lawyer who is favourite to win the May 5 mayoral election. Khan, the son of a bus driver and a seamstress who moved to Britain from Pakistan, is up against Zac Goldsmith of Cameron’s Conservatives, whose father was a billionaire financier.

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