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Andrew Fisher: Jeremy Corbyn's senior aide to quit

BBC News Sunday, 22 September 2019
Andrew Fisher, Labour's head of policy, will leave his post by the end of the year.
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News video: Conference Highlights: Labour Announces A Four-Day Working Week For All

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During the party’s third day of conference in Brighton, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell announced the implementation of 32-hour working weeks within 10 years, with no loss of pay. The announcement came after a busy weekend for the party, which saw Jeremy Corbyn’s top aide Andrew Fisher quit.

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