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LOCAL GOVERNMENT TAKES UP SEATS IN PARLIAMENT

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The Financial Times (May 3, p11) ran a feature on the characteristics of the new intake of Labour MPs, pointing out...
The Financial Times (May 3, p11) ran a feature on the characteristics of the new intake of Labour MPs, pointing out that two thirds of them are from local government.

The average profile of one of the party's new MPs, said the paper is 'a 45 year old public sector employee with a state school education, a degree from a red brick university and a seat on the local council.'
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