Harman grilled in Commons

Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman - who has a home near Ipswich - was today defending herself in the House of Commons after it was revealed her deputy leadership campaign had accepted a donation from controversial businessman David Abrahams through a third party.

Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman - who has a home near Ipswich - was today defending herself in the House of Commons after it was revealed her deputy leadership campaign had accepted a donation from controversial businessman David Abrahams through a third party.


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