Former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling to stand down

Selby, Tom
November 2014
Money Marketing (Online Edition);11/3/2014, p1
The article reports that former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling will step down as an Member of Parliament (MP) in the general election.


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