Labour announces shadow education ministers

New Labour leader Keir Starmer has completed appointments to the main opposition party frontbench this afternoon
9th April 2020, 6:27pm

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Labour announces shadow education ministers

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Former teacher and community activist Margaret Greenwood MP has been appointed as new shadow education minister for schools.

The MP for Wirral West, who is a former shadow secretary of state for work and pensions, is among four shadow ministers announced today by Labour leader Keir Starmer.

They will serve under newly-appointed shadow education secretary Rebecca Long Bailey.


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The other ministers are:

•            Emma Hardy (FE & Universities)

•            Toby Perkins (Apprenticeships & life-long learning)

•            Tulip Siddiq (Children & Early Years)

Mr Starmer said: "Under my leadership, the Labour Party will be utterly focused on working in the national interest, rebuilding people's trust in our party and winning the next election."

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