Kamran Malik
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Election 2015 smaller parties: Communities United

The Communities United Party wants to bring in proportional representation (PR) for voting, and also to eradicate social injustice and the "nanny state".

Leader Kamran Malik said politics was "becoming a business", and that his party was exposing prosecution-worthy corruption in local government.

He spoke to Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn and journalist Steve Richards about candidates from his party standing in five constituencies at the general election.

This is one of a series of interviews with 22 smaller parties contesting seats at the 2015 general election.

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