Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner has reportedly ended her relationship with left-wing MP Sam Tarry. The breakup is said to have occurred just one day before Rayner appeared in the House of Commons. According to The Mirror, Rayner has expressed her desire to start a new chapter in her life. Despite her personal struggles, Rayner has shown resilience and determination in her political role, as demonstrated by her recent confrontation with the Tories in the House of Commons. Rayner has received support from friends within the Labour Party who are looking out for her. Breaking up is never easy, but Rayner is bouncing back and focusing on her responsibilities as a representative of the people.Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner has split from her boyfriend, MP Sam Tarry. Despite the break-up, Rayner showed no signs of trouble as she led Labour’s response to the King’s Speech debate. She criticized Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, stating that he was too weak to bring about the necessary change in the country. In April, Rayner attended a fundraising dinner in Tarry’s constituency and spoke highly of him, calling him her soulmate. She praised his kindness and dedication. However, a close friend revealed that sometimes people turn out to be different from what you expect.
Tarry, who represents Ilford South, was dismissed as a Labour shadow minister by Sir Keir Starmer in July after a dispute over a TV interview he gave during rail strikes. In October, local Labour members deselected him and voted for a different candidate to contest the Ilford South seat in the next general election. Tarry expressed his disappointment with the outcome and criticized the “manufactured political circus.”
It is worth noting that Rayner risked a disagreement with Starmer in April when she publicly supported Tarry as her soulmate. She had previously been reluctant to confirm their relationship publicly.Ms Rayner, the Ilford South MP, has previously been hesitant to publicly acknowledge her relationship with Mr Tarry. However, it is now confirmed that they are in a relationship.
Mr Tarry, a former Labour shadow minister, was sacked by Sir Keir in July after a controversy surrounding a TV interview he gave from a picket line during rail strikes.
In October, local Labour members chose Jas Athwal, the leader of Redbridge Council, as their general election candidate over Mr Tarry.
Despite his previous involvement in Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership campaign and his attempts to halt the deselection process through legal means, Mr Tarry was not chosen as the candidate.
In a video, Sir Keir explains his decision to sack Mr Tarry, citing his unauthorized media appearances and lack of permission.
Mr Tarry organized a gala dinner to raise funds for local causes and campaigning, indicating his continued involvement in political activities.
Overall, Mr Tarry’s relationship with Ms Rayner, his dismissal as a shadow minister, and his deselection as a general election candidate have been significant events in his political career.Labour MP Wes Streeting, the shadow health secretary, expressed his support for Mr Athwal’s campaign to become the party’s Ilford South candidate in the upcoming election. Sir Keir dismissed Mr Tarry from his position as shadow transport minister last summer due to his unauthorized interviews and tendency to create policies on the spot. Mr Tarry’s participation in a demonstration outside Euston station in solidarity with striking rail workers went against the Labour leader’s prohibition on frontbenchers joining picket lines. Ms Rayner was previously married to Mark Rayner, a trade union official, until their separation in 2020. Despite her young age of 37, she already has three children and became a grandmother in 2017, earning her the nickname ‘Grangela’.
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