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Kate Osamor is a British Labour Co-operative politician. She has been the Member of Parliament for Edmonton since May 2015. She has lived in north London her whole life. She has worked for the NHS for over 15 years, worked as a GP Practice Manager at an Enfield GP Surgery. Her son was born in North Middlesex Hospital and many of her family live across Edmonton. She has worked on the NHS front line, and has witnessed the effect of this government’s policies on our NHS.

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