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Gary Neville joins Labour: Ex-England star calls ‘Progressive Party’ (and hints he might venture into politics)

  • Gary Neville joined the Labor Party and does not rule out venturing into politics
  • Former Manchester United captain criticized Boris Johnson’s government
  • Shadow Cabinet Secretary Lucy Powell said she was “extremely pleased” with the move










Gary Neville joined the Labor Party and hinted that he would not rule out entering politics.

The former Manchester United captain, 46, has been a vocal critic of Boris Johnson’s Conservative government.

To confirm his decision to join the party, the former England defender turned critic and businessman said: “I think we need the PLP, but in reality it doesn’t just take care of the left side; you have to come towards the centre.

Gary Neville joined the Labor Party and hinted that he would not rule out entering politics

The former Manchester United captain, 46, has been a vocal critic of Boris Johnson's Conservative government

The former Manchester United captain, 46, has been a vocal critic of Boris Johnson’s Conservative government

Sharing the news on social media, Shadow Cabinet Secretary Lucy Powell said she was “extremely pleased” that Neville “finally” decided to join Labour.

She also suggested that he might have a political job at the store.

But speaking to the BBC’s Political Thinking podcast, Neville said he was concerned about being “gobbled alive” in Westminster.

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