Conor McGinn MP has been unanimously re-selected to contest the next General Election as Labour’s candidate for the St Helens North constituency.
It came as he received the backing of all participating branches across St Helens North Labour party, as well as affiliated trade unions and socialist societies, as part of the local re-selection process which formally concluded this week.
Mr McGinn has been Labour Member of Parliament for St Helens North since 2015, winning election in that year, in 2017 and in 2019.
The next General Election will be his fourth as Labour’s candidate in the seat.
Commenting on his re-selection, Conor McGinn MP said:
“I’m delighted that our dedicated members and activists in our local party branches, affiliated trade unions and socialist societies in St Helens North have once again placed their trust in me to fight the next General Election as our Labour candidate.
“When in power, Labour can transform lives and communities overwhelmingly for the better. I’ll keep fighting every day to deliver on that promise for people here in St Helens North and right across Britain.”
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