Shadow work and pensions minister Debbie Abrahams exits

In post since June 2016

James Phillips
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Abrahams rejects accusations of bullying
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Abrahams rejects accusations of bullying

The shadow work and pensions secretary has been forced to stand down while an investigation into allegations of bullying is carried out, Labour has announced.

Debbie Abrahams, who has held the role since June 2016, was replaced by her deputy Margaret Greenwood on 11 March while a "no-prejudice investigation" is held. The investigation, being held by the party...

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