Jacqui Smith

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From ‘Legs-it’ to ‘calm down, dear’: six times UK MPs have faced sexism
After Angela Rayner was subject of sexist article, we look at other instances of misogyny in politics

Caroline Davies

25, Apr, 2022 @2:25 PM

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‘This is a chance to smile again’: Strictly’s Jacqui Smith on scandal, divorce and life outside politics
The first female home secretary discusses the government’s Covid response, online dating in your 50s – and why the glitterball is within her reach

Emine Saner

21, Oct, 2020 @5:00 AM

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The Guardian view on the Damian Green case: a political revenge tragedy | Editorial
Editorial: The war of words between former police and the second most important member of the government comes down to the question of which is telling the truth


01, Dec, 2017 @7:04 PM

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Roy Greenslade

24, Feb, 2015 @12:19 PM

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Christmas parties: a survival guide
Small talk, strangers, sausage rolls: December can be a long haul for the introvert. Lucy Mangan gives us her survivor’s guide and celebrity guests Olivia Colman, Jarvis Cocker, James Corden, Piers Morgan and others reveal their top tips for being the life and soul

Lucy Mangan

12, Dec, 2014 @1:00 PM

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Jacqui Smith: positive discrimination needed for women in radio and TV
Former home secretary says 'warm words and good intentions' are not enough to create change in broadcasting. By Mark Sweney

Mark Sweney

15, Oct, 2013 @1:08 PM

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Labour rising stars push Ed Miliband's One Nation in run-up to conference
MPs from 2010 intake publish book calling for Labour to ditch top-down solutions and hand power to local communities

Patrick Wintour

18, Sep, 2013 @6:02 PM

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Rewind radio: Football's Home Fans; Stoned Again; The State of Welfare – review
Ian Stone's programme about junior football was cheering, but Jacqui Smith is still scoring own goals, writes Miranda Sawyer

Miranda Sawyer

02, Dec, 2012 @12:05 AM

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Drink, disorder and Theresa May's modest proposal
No wonder the home secretary can afford to be out of country for her big announcement on alcohol: it's more cautious than it looks

Alan Travis, home affairs editor

28, Nov, 2012 @2:09 PM

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Is there life after politics? | The conversation

The conversation: Tony Blair is busy brokering multi-billion pound mergers. But what of other ex-ministers? Edwina Currie and Jacqui Smith discuss what to do after Westminster

Susanna Rustin

14, Sep, 2012 @9:00 PM

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MPs' expenses scandal: what happened next?

Disgraced, depressed and, in some cases, imprisoned: politicians tainted by the expenses scandal talk to Simon Hattenstone about trying to rebuild their lives

Simon Hattenstone

11, May, 2012 @10:01 PM

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Police Commissioners: Time for an Ann Widdicombe recall?|Alan Travis

Alan Travis: Labour and Tories want to find candidates for next year's police commissioner elections but who is going to stand?

Alan Travis

02, Dec, 2011 @4:31 PM

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