Richard Leonard's new front bench team

Written by Staff reporter on 19 December 2017 in Inside Politics

Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has unveiled his new front bench team

Leader of the Scottish Labour Party – Richard Leonard

Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland and Interim Deputy Leader – Lesley Laird

Parliamentary Business Manager and Women and Equality spokesperson – Rhoda Grant

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Constitution – James Kelly

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work – Jackie Baillie

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Brexit, Campaigns and Party Engagement – Neil Findlay 

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education, Skills and Science – Iain Gray

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport - Anas Sarwar

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform – Claudia Beamish

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Eradication of Poverty and Inequality – Elaine Smith

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Communities, Social Security and Equalities – Monica Lennon

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Justice – Daniel Johnson

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs – Claire Baker

Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity – Colin Smyth


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