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    Alastair Campbell’s partner Fiona Miller is in line to replace Glenda Jackson as Labour’s next candidate for the Hampstead and Kilburn constituency, according to the Daily Mail. A Labour insider told the newspaper: “If Fiona gets a seat and Labour get back into power, she’d be in the Cabinet as Education Secretary within a year.” Ms Miller, a former journalist, founded the Local Schools Network to promote state education. Ms Jackson won the seat by just 42 votes at the 2010 General Elections.

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Fiona Miller 'to replace Glenda Jackson'

Alastair Campbell’s partner Fiona Miller is in line to replace Glenda Jackson as Labour’s next candidate for the Hampstead and Kilburn constituency, according to the Daily Mail. A Labour insider told the newspaper: “If Fiona gets a seat and Labour get back into power, she’d be in the Cabinet as Education Secretary within a year.” Ms Miller, a former journalist, founded the Local Schools Network to promote state education. Ms Jackson won the seat by just 42 votes at the 2010 General Elections.