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He was a vocal supporter of the unsuccessful Britain Stronger in Europe campaign to retain UK membership of the European Union.
Khan had to repay £500 in expenses in 2007 in relation to a newsletter sent to constituents featuring a 'Labour rose', which was deemed to be unduly prominent.
In the subsequent selection contest, Khan defeated five other local candidates to become Labour's candidate for the seat.
He was elected to Parliament at the 2005 general election.
The Home Secretary, Jacqui Smith, then announced a further policy review and said the bugging of discussions between MPs and their constituents should be banned.
In June 2007, Blair stood down as both Prime Minister and Labour Party leader, to be replaced by Gordon Brown.