Tom Watson

MP

Tom Watson is the Labour MP for West Bromwich East. He began work for the Labour Party in 1993 as national development officer for youth. Watson has progressed through the ranks, becoming parliamentary secretary to the Cabinet Office between 2008 and 2009 and deputy chair of the Labour Party in 2011. He personally targeted Rupert Murdoch with his campaigning over the Milly Dowler affair as he pushed for a full investigation into phone-hacking. As a popular Member of Parliament, with friends on both sides of the House of Commons, Watson is in a unique position to influence UK politics.

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