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Dr. Hany Nasr

Dr. Mohamed Hany Mohamed El-Sheshtawy Nasr was born in Egypt in 1949 and became a British citizen by naturalisation in 1981. He is married with four children. He presently works as a GP in a joint practice with his wife in Prescot, Merseyside.

Dr. Nasr qualified as a medical doctor from Cairo University in 1972 and as a gynocologist in London in 1982. He holds an MBA from the University of Central Lancashire (1995). He also serves as a Justice of Peace at the St. Helen's Magistrate's Court.

His past postings included a number of consultancies in obstetrics and gynocology as well as having been the chief medical officer of Badr El-Khairy Hospital (now Mustashfa Uhud) in Medinah and a regional advisor to the regional health directorate there.

He is a founder member of the Islamic Party of Britain, and has held the position of deputy leader since, as well as being the party's spokesman on health-related matters.

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