Labour Students - Alumni - Notable Former Labour Students Officers Include:

Notable Former Labour Students Officers Include:

  • John Mann (Chair 1983 and 1984) - MP for Bassetlaw.
  • Sarah Boyack (Chair 1985) - MSP for the Lothian Region.
  • Ben Lucas (Chair 1986) - Former special adviser to Jack Straw.
  • Simon Buckby (Chair 1989) - Former adviser to John Prescott and then advertising director for Labour's 1997 election campaign.
  • Paul Richards (Chair 1990) - Former Special Adviser to Hazel Blears and parliamentary candidate for the seats of Lewes (2001) and Billericay (1997).
  • Tom Watson (Chair 1992) - Labour MP for West Bromwich East.
  • Michael Dugher (Chair 1997) - MP for Barnsley East.
  • Patrick Diamond (Chair 1998) - Former special adviser to Peter Mandelson and Tony Blair, Director of Policy at the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
  • Ellie Reeves (Chair 2002) - Trade Union lawyer and member of the Labour Party's National Executive Committee.
  • Jacqui Smith - First female Home Secretary.
  • Caroline Flint (Women's Officer 1982-1984) - Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.
  • Gloria De Piero - Former television presenter and MP for Ashfield.
  • John Woodcock - MP for Barrow and Furness.
  • Blair McDougall - Former Special Adviser to James Purnell and Director of the Better Together campaign.
  • Rob Minshull (National Secretary 1986) - Broadcaster.
  • Jonathan Ashworth (National Secretary 2000) - Former Deputy Political Secretary to Gordon Brown and MP for Leicester South.

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