The Rt Hon Andy Burnham

MP

Andy Burnham is Labour MP for Leigh and shadow secretary of state for health. From constituency Labour Party secretary to secretary of state, Burnham has represented the Labour Party at every level over the last 25 years. His awareness of politics was triggered by a trip to Chester Zoo in 1979 when he saw a car sticker reading “Don’t blame me, I voted Labour”. Burnham asked his father what the sticker meant and his political awareness grew from that moment. Burnham is an elegant player with a significant media presence and is a constant thorn in the side of health secretary Jeremy Hunt.

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