The full Labour shadow team

Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, said:

“I am delighted with Labour’s front bench team. I am particularly pleased that I could bring in a new generation of talent, whilst also using the experience of a broad range of Labour MPs. This is a team from all parts of the party, which will robustly hold the coalition government to account”

The Shadow Team

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3 Responses to “The full Labour shadow team”

  1. Woolas staying in the Home Office? I hope this doesn’t mean he’s keeping Immigration. Regardless of what the courts end up saying – and if there’s even a chance it could go against him then he shouldn’t have been let anywhere near a shadow ministerial role – it’s going to be almost impossible for him to be effective on the issue, as the accusations levelled at him these past few months will take years to shake off fully, even if he’s completely exonerated.

    I would have thought it was more sensible – and probably kinder to him too – to shift Woolas into something like Transport, where immigration issues just aren’t going to come up.

  2. paul barker says:

    Phil “get the whites angry” Woolas ? Going for the BNP vote are we ?

  3. Helen says:

    Edward Carlsson Browne – I imagine it will be immigration. If he was given prison he’d have to declare an interest.

    It is a very bold move to give him a brief when he may not be an MP in a month’s time.

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