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Dan Carden quits Labour frontbench over failure to oppose MI5 bill

Carden says he will vote against legislation, defying Keir Starmer who wants MPs to abstain

A Labour frontbencher has resigned in protest at the party’s failure to oppose legislation regulating the conduct of MI5 and police informants.

As shadow financial secretary to the Treasury, Dan Carden was one of the few leftwingers remaining on Keir Starmer’s frontbench after the sacking of the former leadership candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey.

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