JEREMY CORBYN



Jeremy Corbyn | My statement on the Shadow Frontbench Appointments

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I am pleased to announce the appointment of twenty-one MPs to our frontbench, fourteen of whom are women and four of whom are from the black and minority ethnic community.

I welcome back the ten who have returned, and look forward to working with the eight talented MPs joining the frontbench for the first time.

More appointments will follow.

 

Shadow Minister for Labour – Jack Dromey MP

Shadow Minister for Industrial Strategy – Chi Onwurah MP

Shadow Minister for Transport – Pat Glass MP

Shadow Minister for Children and Families – Emma Lewell-Buck MP

Shadow Minister for Public Health – Sharon Hodgson MP

Shadow Minister for Early Years – Tulip Siddiq MP

Shadow Minister for Communities and Local Government – Gareth Thomas MP

Shadow Minister for Communities and Local Government – Kate Hollern MP

Shadow Minister for Local Government and Housing – Roberta Blackman-Woods MP

Shadow Minister for Local Government and Devolution – Jim McMahon MP

Shadow Minister – Department of Work and Pensions – Margaret Greenwood MP

Shadow Minister for Arts and Heritage and Deputy Secretary of State DCMS – Kevin Brennan MP

Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy – Louise Haigh MP

Shadow Minister for Sport – Rosena Allin-Khan MP

Shadow Minister for Brexit – Jenny Chapman MP

Shadow Minister for Brexit – Matthew Pennycook MP

Shadow Minister for Brexit – Paul Bloomfield MP

Shadow Solicitor General – Nick Thomas- Symonds MP

Shadow Minister for Home Affairs – Carolyn Harris MP

Shadow Minister for Justice – Yasmin Qureshi MP

Shadow Community Health Minister – Julie Cooper MP

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