Chuka and the Arms Dealers

He was the cuddly, smiley man of the people when he gave his speech to the conference hall in Manchester yesterday, but when the sun went down Labour delegates saw a very different side of Chuka Umunna. The two-faced shadow business secretary wooed arms dealers at a fringe event last night. Chuka even hinted that he would back the controversial BAE-EADS deal, telling representatives from the companies that: “I want to reassure you…we have an open mind. We see this very much as a national interest issue, it’s far too important to play politics”.

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