Conor McGinn, St Helens North MP, has been elected to represent the UK at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, a key international body that promotes democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
Mr McGinn vowed to use his new position to fight to protect the rights of workers in St Helens and across the UK.
He was elected to serve on the influential Politics and Democracy Committee and the European Social Charter Committee.\n

The Council of Europe is a 47-member international organisation that aims to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe.
Mr McGinn’s role on the Politics and Democracy Committee will see him involved in dealing with urgent political situations and crises in the organisation’s member states which include the UK.
His work on the European Social Charter Committee will give him the chance to continue his efforts to protect the hard-won rights of British workers ‰лв a key issue ahead of Britain’s departure from the EU next year.
Mr McGinn will be the whip for the 18-member Labour delegation, which is now the second largest delegation within the Socialist Group on the Council of Europe.


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