David Burt remained tight-lipped yesterday over his decision to resign as the Shadow Minister of Finance.
Mr Burt, who will remain as the Progressive Labour Party’s deputy leader, said it would be inappropriate to discuss his decision...
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David Burt has resigned as the Shadow Minister of Finance.
Mr Burt handed in his resignation from the post yesterday to...
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Scott Simmons has been elected chairman of the Progressive Labour Party.
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