Harriet Harman

Member of Parliament for Camberwell and Peckham. Mother of the House of Commons.

Press Coverage Round Up


Harriet has been quoted regularly in the press in the run-up to the announcement to stand for deputy leader of the Labour Party. Links to the relevant articles can be found below.

Voters want Harman to be next Labour deputy leader The Independent, 28th November 2006

Harman would be most popular deputy PM, says poll - Guardian Unlimited, 27th November 2006

Shift parenting 'hurts families' The Observer on Sunday 26th November 2006

Leadership rivals 'misusing public funds'  The Times, 23rd November 2006

Washington to hear of UK 'friendly fire' concerns  The Guardian Unlimited, 20th November 2006

Fury at American contempt for British war dead  Mail on Sunday, 18th November 2006

Labour needs a woman at the top to win female votes back from Cameron The Guardian, 10th November 2006

Only a fully secular state can protect women's rights - The Guardian, 17th October 2006

Harman rejects class criticisms- ePolitix, 16th October 2006

You Answer the Questions -  The Independent, 16th October 2006

Profile from the Newstatesman, Newstatesman, 16th October 2006

Why we need Muslim women MPs - The Sunday Times, Online, 8th October 2006

Profile : Harriet Harman, BBC News Online, 15th September 2006 

Harman intends Labour deputy bid, BBC Online, 15th September 2006

It Won't be an all Male Race - The Mirror, 15th September 2006

Voters distrust foreign policy - The Times, 10th September 2006

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