Labour front-bencher Laura Pidcock talks about her vision as MP and as Shadow Minister for Labour, about reselection ‘triggers’, Corbyn’s leadership – and the deputy leader position many see her filling
In the final videos from Laura Pidcock’s excellent interview, the North-West Durham MP lays out her priorities as MP for her constituents and her vision for Labour’s planned Ministry of Labour.
She also touches on Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the party, the thorny subject, for some MPs, of trigger ballots and selection contests – and about the deputy leadership position that many Labour members would like to see her fill.
What do you want to achieve as an MP and front-bencher?
Laura Pidcock’s – and Labour’s – bold vision for genuine change holds a vital message for this country’s ‘many’.
Her ability to communicate in a natural way and her loyalty to the millions suffering under Tory cuts and cruelty and who desperately need Labour government are exemplary.
The Labour Party needs more like her.
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