A British bhangra dancer from Birmingham's been telling Asian Network how he's helping to mark the Diamond Jubilee. Sohan Kailey performs in a costume made entirely of Union Jacks. And he wears the outfit during dance workshops. Where Philip Churm caught up with him: #fb
Oxford University urges potential students from India not to be put off coming to Britain by the Government's new visa rules. Moves to cut down on immigration mean far fewer overseas students are allowed to stay in the UK after their courses end. Philip Churm reports:
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