Liam Byrne

Forget London, this is the result that will matter most on May 7.
Ex-cabinet minister Liam Byrne says the 2016 murder of Jo Cox triggered “a very deep and dark slide into what I felt was quite a dangerous place”.
Many people I work with, just like my dad, are simply self-medicating trauma – but the support networks that should catch them as they fall are no longer there, Labour MP Liam Byrne writes.
'I've had no discussions with the Treasury on the matter'.
'Hmmm. I hope the designs look better closer up...'
Labour MPs and activists warn automation will see more industry jobs lost than under Thatcher.
Is the wind back in Europe's sails? I don't think so. Indeed, the biggest threat to Europe's future is precisely the sort of complacency that Mr Juncker offered us with such ill-judged brio.
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