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How Labour can win: Bridget Phillipson on childcare, Brexit and faith

Bridget Phillipson, shadow education secretary, on how her party can win

4 March 2023

9:00 AM

4 March 2023

9:00 AM

On 12 April last year, Boris Johnson’s fixed penalty notice was dominating the news. Few noticed another, perhaps equally seismic political story in Bournemouth: a member of Keir Starmer’s shadow cabinet was being booed by the unions. Speaking at the National Education Union’s annual conference, shadow education secretary Bridget Phillipson faced a revolt.

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