Gill Furniss appointed as shadow pensions minister in Labour reshuffle

Holly Roach
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Gill Furniss has been appointed as Labour's new shadow pensions minister, taking over the brief from Matt Rodda. Furniss - a member of parliament for Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough since 2016 - had previously been shadow minister for transport. Her shadow transport brief covered green transport, transport decarbonisation, future transport and roads. Prior to taking on the transport brief, Furniss was appointed parliamentary private secretary to shadow energy and climate change secretary Lisa Nandy in May 2016. In the October 2016 opposition front bench reshuffle, Furniss ...

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