Chief of staff to take seat in House of Lords
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has asked his chief of staff Karie Murphy to accept a seat in the House of Lords in recognition of her efforts on his and the party’s behalf.
The SKWAWKBOX understands that Ms Murphy – who was Corbyn’s ‘firewall’ during some of the parliamentary right’s most inexcusable behaviour – has agreed.
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