Last updated: 14 april, 2010 - 15:39 GMT

UK election: What it means to the Chinese community - Part four

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In the fourth part of the forum, a question from the audience was thrown to the panellists about what their positions were on equal opportunities and fairness for the diverse range of people in the UK - including British Chinese, disabled and lesbian and gay communities.

The panellists used their own experiences to reiterate their views.

A Chinese student also joined the discussion from Norway via Skype, asking the panellists’ views on immigration policies in the UK.

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