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18 April 2010

Interviewing Harriet Harman

And visiting Labour HQ.

By James Macintyre

I’ve just got back from Labour headquarters where — on a day when Sky News is declaring that it’s “all to play for” in this fascinating election — the Labour Party is working flat out to win a fourth term of office.

Harriet Harman took time out as deputy leader from her own role in rallying the party to be interviewed by the New Statesman, issuing a pretty vicious attack on David Cameron, denying that she has been sidelined in Labour’s campaign, challenging her (many) media critics and discussing her political future.

For her answers, see this week’s magazine.

 

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