Angela Rayner has already made it from teenage mum to the shadow cabinet – and some are saying the leadership could be next. She talks to Kate Murray about values, factions and why she will always stand her ground
When angela rayner’s grandmother was dying and struggling to get the home care she needed, she used to say if she were a dog, she’d be put down. “If that’s the sort of society we have, which makes older people feel like they’re a burden, that’s not a society I want to live in,” Rayner says now.
This vignette is just one of many that pepper a conversation with Rayner and that,…
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