Sunderland Central MP Julie Elliott has said she is ‘delighted’ to have been reselected to contest the seat for Labour at the UK’s next general election

Sunderland MP Julie Elliott has been “unanimously reselected” as Labour’s candidate for her seat at the UK’s next general election.

By James Harrison
Saturday, 23rd July 2022, 4:11 pm
Updated Saturday, 23rd July 2022, 4:13 pm

Elliott, who has represented Wearside’s Sunderland Central constituency since 2010, announced the news on social media.

In a post on Twitter and Facebook, she said: “Delighted to share that I have been unanimously reselected by Sunderland Central Labour Party branches and affiliated organisations as the candidate at the next general election.”

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Sunderland Central MP Julie Elliott