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Tuesday, 23 February 2010

And another one bites the dust - Peter Kilfoyle MP steps down

Honestly, it really is becoming a joke, Peter Kilfoyle is the 89th Labour MP to announce he is standing down just 72 days before the expected general election.  Will the last Labour MP turn out the lights?

Peter Kilfoyle is the MP for Liverpool Walton, he won the seat in a by-election back in 1991 and is apparently standing down for health reasons.

Former government Minister, Peter Kilfoyle was also Tony Blair's campaign manager when he ran to become party leader in 1994.

He is one of the critics of the Labour Party for bringing in "outsiders" to fight westminster seats in Liverpool.

That brings the total to 140 MPs who are standing down at the next election - including 89 Labour and 35 Conservatives.

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