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Hazel Blears accused the Government of having "virtually abandoned" the Prevent anti-terror programme. "I was the author of the Prevent programme; this Government has virtually abandoned the Prevent programme working in communities to st... Continue to article
Hazel Blears suggested that Labour would back a Government move to toughen up anti-terror legislation. “I think that would be absolutely our position. When the TPims legislation was going through Parliament the Labour position was that w... Continue to article
COMMONS CHAMBER 11.30am: Treasury questions (topicals at 12.15pm) Main business Ten minute rule motion: Business of the House Commission Bill (Peter Bone, Con, Wellingborough) Pension Schemes Bill: Second reading Draft Copyrig... Continue to article
Rebecca Long-Bailey has been selected to succeed Hazel Blears as the Labour candidate for Salford and Eccles. Continue to article
Hazel Blears said the Government was right to push through emergency legislation securing intelligence agencies’ access to communications data. “Many of us have expressed concern about the speed in which this is being done, but... it has... Continue to article
COMMONS CHAMBER 9.30am: Culture, media and sports questions (topicals at 10.05am) 10.15am: Women and equalities questions 10.30am: Business statement Main business Select committee statement on the publication of the(i) Enviro... Continue to article
Former cabinet minister Hazel Blears has admitted to having an illegal immigrant volunteer on her campaign team, The Sun claims. The paper reports Ms Blears as saying: "I want to thank The Sun very much indeed for bringing this important matter to my attention."
Hazel Blears has admitted using an illegal immigrant on her campaign team, according to the Mail on Sunday.
There have been a number of notable Labour holds from Thursday's general election, including Hazel Blears, Sadiq Khan, Gloria De Piero, Ed Balls, Alistair Darling and Jack Straw.
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