She has a desk in 10 Downing Street.
She is part of the Prime Minister's policy development unit.
She has a House of Commons pass.
Her salary and pension are 100% paid for by Unite.
Her name is Clare Moody.
When Ms Moody was called about her special status, she replied:
“Can I get back to you. This has come a bit out of the blue. I will come back to you.”
There is little chance that a re-elected Labour government would be free to pursue a programme of serious public sector reform – essential to reduce the deficit while protecting frontline services. Public sector unions pays Labour's bills. They pay for Labour MPs' expenses. A huge number of Labour candidates are union officials. Now we learn they own Downing Street staffers.