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8 March 2011

Labour’s YES! men (and women)

Labour YES! to AV spokespeople announced.

By New Statesman

It’s a list of “14 leading Labour lights”, according to the press release from Labour YES!. You decide:


Ben Bradshaw MP, Chief Spokesperson and MP for Exeter

Tessa Jowell MP, Shadow Minister for the Olympics

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Douglas Alexander MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary

John Denham MP, Shadow Business Secretary

Sadiq Khan MP, Shadow Transport Secretary

Gloria De Piero MP, Shadow Culture Minister

Rushanara Ali MP, Shadow Minister for International Development

Jonathan Reynolds MP, Labour Assistant Whip

Alan Johnson MP, former Shadow Chancellor

Alison McGovern MP, PPS to Rt Hon Gordon Brown

Liz Kendall MP, Shadow Health Minister

David Lammy MP, Shadow Higher Education Minister

Baroness Oona King

Lord Neil Kinnock