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Ms Blears, 57, elected in 1997, was later caught up in the MPs' expenses scandal but rebuilt her reputation working on the Intelligence and Security Committee.
One might similarly ask Ms Blears, why wasn't the Prime Minister at Downing Street within hours of the beginning of the riots?
Ms Blears said neither she nor any other election candidate was in a position to vet all the individuals who volunteer to help during a campaign.
Here, Blears was doing her best to ignore a stalker - Panorama reporter Emeka Onono - but she still managed to be annoying (she didn't talk much, but did plenty of humming).
Mr Blears announced he would be stepping down as senior partner in July, to be replaced by Birmingham Post columnist and head of the energy team Andrew Whitehead.
Blears was at the centre of the MPs' expenses scandal, and she dismissed the idea the attack could be the result of a vendetta.
Ms Greenwood, an administrator for the department for children, schools and families (DCSF), was furious after Ms Blears - accused of dodging capital gains tax - waved around a cheque for pounds 13,000 that she announced she was repaying.
Ms Blears said: ''The absolute priority for me now is to be a bread and butter champion for the people of Salford, to go out there and campaign for Labour.
CAROLINE FLINT and Hazel Blears need a reality check.
HAZEL BLEARS apologised yesterday for the timing of her Cabinet walkout as she faced a battle to hang on to her seat.
In her first interview since her dramatic departure, Ms Blears tried to defuse anger by insisting the move was not part of a plot to oust Gordon Brown.
HAZEL Blears yesterday made a grovelling apology for her eve-of-election Cabinet resignation as she battled to save her career.