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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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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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