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The Starmtroopers: how Labour’s centrists took back control

How Labour’s centrists took back control

29 April 2023

9:00 AM

29 April 2023

9:00 AM

On a cloudy Saturday in March, a group of unlikely characters gathered in an office near London’s Old Street for political training. A scientist, a prison officer, an army veteran and four economists were among them and they all hope to be elected as Labour MPs at the next election.

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