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I am chair of the women’s PLP—this is our mission

Ensuring that women can rise to the top—including within the Labour Party

By Jess Phillips  

Labour MP Jess Phillips. Photo: Yui Mok/PA Archive/PA Images

There are many splinter groups in Westminster. The Conservative “awkward squad” Remainers compete against the hard Brexiteers. The Labour Party seems to have so many different groups it’s hard to keep track of which Whatsapp group to respond to. The Socialist Campaign Group, Blue Labour, new labour, new newLabour (I made this one up before you get over-excited about the prospect of the party splitting.) All these groups are aggravating for change, seeking to use their collective voices to amplify…

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