Liverpool's prince of spin returns to contest city council seat

By David Bartlett on Jan 11, 12 03:29 PM in Labour

danhughes.jpgLiverpool's very own 'prince of spin' Daniel Hughes is returning from the capital to contest a seat on the city council.

He has a reputation for running tough campaigns against the Liberal Democrats, and has set his sights on winning Allerton and Hunts Cross, which is currently held by former Lib-Dem deputy leader Flo Clucas.

Labour won a seat in the ward last year with a huge majority of 1,500 votes.

Daniel Hughes, has spent the last 18 months working as a SPAD (special advisor) for Angela Eagle in London.

He will now also be working for Angela's sister Maria, doing communications for the twins.

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