Challenge Three

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Challenge Three
As part of the leadership campaign process players - as effective frontbenchers and prominent members of their parties - should throw out their opinion over who is best suited to lead their party. It's an important thing to think about as the new leader not only must unite your party, but also provide a clear and bold agenda over how to get into power or remain in it. As such we want you to think very clearly about who should lead the party and their records on doing so - and to encourage you to do that we will assign anyone who issues a public endorsement to a candidate in their party with 1 additional influence upon posting the completed endorsement through a campaign event such as Canvassing or a short speech in this thread. To make this clear - to receive the additional one influence you must campaign, press cycle statements will not be accepted.

Obviously as this is tied to leadership elections for the time being you have until the end of Sunday 28th for Labour players and the end of Monday 29th for Conservatives. Choose your candidate wisely - it will almost certainly influence the outcome of the round - and then get campaigning!
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Special Advisor for the Prime Minister, Cabinet, Foreign Office, Defence and the Chief/Shadow Whip
Advisor for the Labour Party

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Rt. Hon. Sean Manning MP

Chancellor of the Exchequer (2000 - )
Labour MP for Bristol East (1992 - )
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1997 - 2000)
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Elizabeth Tanner
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Member of Parliament for Camberwell and Peckham
Leader of the Labour Party
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Rt. Hon. Callum Finch MP | Labour Party
Member of Parliament for Burton (1992-present)
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Leader of the Labour Party

Secretary of State for Defence (2000-2001)
Government Chief Whip & Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury (2000-2001)
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Labour MP for Hampstead and Highgate (1992-Present)
Home Secretary (2000-2001)

(In a previous life, violated a confidence and supply agreement, tried to fight a man on Eton's nine-hole golf course and released a leaflet torpedoing his own party)

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Grant Limann, MP for Birmingham Northfield
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2000-Present)
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Simon Calvert
Conservative MP for Orpington (1992-Present)
Shadow Foreign Secretary (2000-Present)

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MP for Cambridge (1992 - )
Secretary of State for Education
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Henry Stanbrook MP | Conservative
Member of Parliament for Finchley (1992-1997)
Member of Parliament for Finchley and Golders Green (1997-)
Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Welfare (2000-)
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The Rt. Hon. Cyril Kos, QC MP
Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party (2000-Present)
Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (2000-Present)
MP for Kensington and Chelsea (1997-Present, previously MP for Kensington)
Chair, Justice Select Committee (1998-2000)
Chief Secretary to the Treasury (1994-1996)
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1996-1997)
Thanks given by:
Hilda Asher-Grey | Conservative | Member for West Derbyshire
Former Minister of State at DfE
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Amelia Wilson MP
Shadow Home Secretary
Conservative and Unionist Party 
MP for Eastwood
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Francis Finch-Holt MP | East Berkshire (1992-1997) | Bracknell (1997-) | Shadow Secretary of State for Education (2000-)

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MP for South West Devon (1997-Present)
MP for South Hams (1992-1997)

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2000-Present) 
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Francis Paris PhD (Londin) MP
Member for Arundel and South Downs
Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and the Environment
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the Rt Hon. Angus "Gus" Quigley MP | Conservative MP for Crosby (1992-present)
Opposition Chief Whip (2000-) and Shadow Infrastructure and Transport Secretary (2000-)
Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1999-2000)

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