Yes, that header is correct. From The Sunday Times:
SHAHID MALIK MP has given an energetic response to Lord Ahmed’s charge that he — Malik — is doing the BNP's work for them by telling Muslims who want to live under sharia law to "go and live somewhere where they have it" (News Review, last week).
Other minorities — including many Jews — would feel uncomfortable at Malik's suggestion. Britain is our home. Why leave it? All legal systems evolve. If sharia or halacha (Jewish law) have something to contribute to British law then let the debate begin. That, surely, is what civilised societies do.
Rabbi Brian Fox
That a rabbi should write such a letter is instructive, because it reminds us that when Muslims usually talk about "shariah law", they're often referring to quite everyday, mundane, situations and tasks for which a Muslim will try and seek validation or answers; in much the same way an observant Jew might seek approval from the corpus of his or her faith. Yes, some laws derived from the shariah would not fit with the laws in Britain, but, by and large, Muslims in Britain are not talking about that. Indeed, shariah is observed should a Muslim decide to pray in a certain manner prescribed by the sources of shariah or if a Muslim decides to stick to certain dietry restrictions (like not eating pork chops). It wouldn't surprise me that much of Islamic family law (IFL) could still be observed by Muslims in Britain, without the need for state intervention, as long as both parties in such agreements coem to a common agreement.