Labour needs more ‘real people’ in parliament, says sister of murdered MP Jo Cox

Kim Leadbeater vows to ‘burst the Westminster bubble’ if she wins Batley and Spen byelection

The sister of the murdered MP Jo Cox has said Labour needs more “real people” in parliament to reconnect to its former voters, as she vowed to “burst the Westminster bubble” if she wins the Batley and Spen byelection.

Kim Leadbeater is aiming to follow in her late sister’s footsteps by becoming Labour MP for the West Yorkshire constituency when the contest is held in July.

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