Angela Rayner weight loss: Labour MP transformation – how has she done it?

Angela Rayner is a successful MP who has stood in parliament since 2015.

Some have claimed Angela, who supports the idea of a National Education Service, is a possible future leader of the Party.

Like any Labour MP she currently preoccupied with the split in the Labour Party, and the new Independent Group.

However, she has also managed a significant weight loss. How?

An aide told The Times Angela has been on a “very strict calorie-controlled diet”.

They added: “Her willpower is phenomenal and she will often just eat half a portion of whatever is put on her plate before offering the rest around.

“If we are not careful, we will all be piling on the weight while she loses it.”

Angela is not the only Labour MP to lose a lot of weight in recent months.

Deputy Leader Tom Watson’s weight loss has also been phenomenal. 

He has spoken out about how he lost the weight and this month fronted a campaign to help Britons ditch fizzy drinks to improve their health.

Tom Watson lost six stone by cutting out sugar. 

He followed a keto style diet, a low carbohydrate, high fat diet which has proved popular among slimmers.

Angela has been vocal in her support for Jeremy Corbyn since The Independent Group formed.

She has said: “If I felt that Jeremy Corbyn accepted that abuse in our party I wouldn’t be in it. I wouldn’t be in his shadow cabinet.”

She tweeted: “The Independent Group will independently help the Tories stay in power.

“People voted for them because they wanted a Labour Government, not to deny one.”

Angela has been a labour MP since 2015 she represents Aston-under-Lyne.

The politician left school age 16, while she was pregnant. She went on to work as a care worker.

Angela is married to a UNISON official, Mark Rayner. She has three sons.