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Rayner promises to quit if convicted

13 April 2024

4:32 AM

13 April 2024

4:32 AM

Angela Rayner has this evening announced that she would quit if convicted of breaking electoral law, saying: ‘If I committed a criminal offence, I would of course do the right thing and step down. The British public deserves politicians who know the rules apply to them.’ This line follows the announcement earlier today that Greater Manchester Police were investigating whether she gave false information about her home address on official documents.

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