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A British Labour Party politician. The current Shadow Home Secretary and Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities.
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ENG: Yvette Cooper (born 20 March 1969) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford since 2010, having previously been MP for Pontefract and Castleford since 1997. She served in the Cabinet between 2008 and 2010 under Prime Minister Gordon Brown as Chief Secretary to the Treasury and then as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. She is currently the Shadow Home Secretary and Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities. She is married to fellow Labour politician Ed Balls. Political career She was selected to contest the safe Labour seat of Pontefract and Castleford at the 1997 general election, after Deputy Speaker Geoff Lofthouse announced his retirement. She held the seat with a majority of 25,725, and ...
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Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper dish up trouble for Miliband ...


... over lasagne Balls accused of plotting to install his wife as next Labour leader ED Balls and Yvette Cooper have been accused of plotting against Ed Miliband at a lasagne dinner. The husband-and-wife Labour duo wined and dined 30 supporters at a party over New Year, where one of their children told guests Miss Cooper will be Labour’s next leader. Mr Balls faced claims yesterday that he would like to install his wife, the shadow home secretary, as Mr Miliband’s replacement. When the couple’s children performed a party piece, one of the guests said: ...


Ed and Yvette cook up 'lasagne-gate' dinner party plot...


... to unseat Ed Miliband from Labour leadership Pair have wined-and-dined Labour bigwigs at home More than 30 allies ate lasagne at New Year gathering as Balls children performed party piece Ed Balls and Yvette Cooper were last night accused of a ‘lasagne-gate’ dinner party plot to undermine Labour leader Ed Miliband. The husband-and-wife Labour frontbench duo have each been tipped to succeed the embattled party leader if he is forced to resign before the next Election. They have been wining and dining hand-picked Labour MPs at their London home and in ...


Yvette Cooper is fave for next Labour leader


YVETTE Cooper is favourite to replace gaffe-prone Ed Miliband as Labour leader. Yvette, wife of political heavyweight Ed Balls, has seen her odds cut from 3/1 to 5/2 as Labour's next successor. Husband Ed, who failed in his 2010 bid to be party leader, is at 10/1. Ed Miliband, who narrowly pipped brother David to Labour's job, is predicted to be axed as early as this year according to Ladbroke. Read more: The Sun (14 Jan 2012


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Refugee crisis: Schengen Agreement allowing passport-free travel in EU should be scrapped, says Yvette Cooper - The Independent
The IndependentRefugee crisis: Schengen Agreement allowing passport-free travel in EU should be scrapped, says Yvette CooperThe IndependentEurope should reintroduce internal border controls to help the continent manage the migrant crisis, former Labour cabinet minister Yvette Cooper has said. Ms Cooper, who chairs the party's refugee taskforce, said more countries should be prepared to ...and more »
Yvette Cooper's calls are calculated and do not go far enough to protect British security - UKIP
UKIPYvette Cooper's calls are calculated and do not go far enough to protect British securityUKIPUKIP Defence and Security spokesman Mike Hookem MEP responded to the calls from Yvette Cooper to bring a halt to Schengen saying that in terms of real control over the UK borders it "did not go far enough." "Ms Cooper knows full well that the EU, via ...
PMQs: Labour attacks PM's 'bunch of migrants' comment - BBC News
BBC NewsPMQs: Labour attacks PM's 'bunch of migrants' commentBBC NewsDavid Cameron is facing Labour calls to apologise for calling refugees at a camp in Calais "a bunch of migrants" at Prime Minister's Questions. Labour MP Yvette Cooper said it was not "appropriate" or "statesmanlike" for him to use such language about ...Fury as David Cameron calls Calais refugees 'a bunch of migrants'Telegraph.co.ukCameron's 'bunch of migrants' jibe is callous and dehumanising, say MPsThe GuardianDavid Cameron slammed for 'bunch of migrants' commentshropshirestar.comall 378 news articles »
Yvette Cooper Attacks John McDonnell Over Prediction Of A 'Borderless' World - Huffington Post UK
Huffington Post UKYvette Cooper Attacks John McDonnell Over Prediction Of A 'Borderless' WorldHuffington Post UKShadow Chancellor John McDonnell has come under fire from Yvette Cooper after declaring that refugee crises and mass migration will make open borders "inevitable." The former Shadow Home Secretary and current head of Labour's refugee task force hit ...National borders are becoming irrelevant, says John McDonnellThe GuardianShadow Chancellor sparks row by saying national borders will be historyThe SunBritain will have open borders by end of century says Shadow Chancellor John McDonnellMirror.co.ukall 54 news articles »



 
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