Rebecca Rennison

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Rebecca Rennison

Locality: London, United Kingdom
Summary: Independent Performing Arts Professional
Industry: Performing Arts
Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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PPC Profile: Rebecca Rennison | 2.0.2 ...

Full Name: Rebecca Rennison Age: 27 From: Currently London/Wiltshire (my father was in the military, moving every two years growing up makes it difficult to answer the â ...

Rebecca Rennison ( election leaflet published by The Labour Party ...

Stengthen the NHS; Transport for all; More police; A National care Service; Preserve the winter fuel allowance.

Rebecca Rennison - Parliamentary candidates - Telegraph

Rebecca was born on 10th November 1981. After completing her A-Levels, she studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Worcester College, Oxford.

Young Fabians - WORK AND PROSPERITY by Rebecca Rennison

Members of the Work and Prosperity Commission debated a number of measures concerning employment and the family and felt that whilst Labour had many achievements to be proud of ...

REBECCA RENNISON Labour Party South West ...

***LABOUR candidate Rebecca Rennison was campaigning in Warminster town centre on 1 May between 11am and 1pm.*** Rebecca Rennison was born on 10 November 1981 to Anne and ...

Labour MPs | List of Labour MPs | The Labour Party

This page contains every Labour MP along with biographies, links to their websites and other information about their constituency, parliamentary activities and local campaigns.

ELECTION CAMPAIGN TRAIL: Rebecca Rennison (From Wiltshire Times)

Young Labour candidate Rebecca Rennison is urging people to go out and vote, even if it’s not for her party.

New benefits assessment system needs thorough rethink ...

Rebecca Rennison, co-chair of the DBC policy group, says: “We welcome the idea of better supporting disabled people to work through welfare reform.