Jenny Manson

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BornJenny Rachel Salaman
Alma materSomerville College (Oxford University)

Employment.png Co Chair

In office
28 July 2017 - Present
EmployerJewish Voice for Labour

Jenny Manson (born November 1948) is a British Jewish activist, author, former civil servant, former Labour Party councillor for Colindale on Barnet Borough Council, and Co-Chair of Jewish Voice for Labour.[1]

Labour PPC

In September 2019, when Sara Conway quit as Labour's Finchley and Golders Green candidate after having been accused of making antisemitism comments, there was speculation that Jenny Manson could put herself forward to stand as the prospective parliamentary candidate (PPC) with the backing of Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell.[2]

Jenny Manson interviews John McDonnell

Interviewing the Shadow Chancellor

This is John McDonnell as may be never seen before interviewed by Jenny Manson in October 2018.[3]


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:The Unprincipled – and Potentially Racist – Lib Demsblog post13 September 2019Craig MurrayIf LibDem candidate Clareine Enderby is indeed replaced by Luciana Berger she will be a victim of racism, as the sole grounds on which Ms Berger is being touted as preferable for the 20% Jewish Finchley and Golders Green constituency is her ethnicity.


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