Angela Rayner stands taller than most in my political blind spot, and I don’t just mean because of her predilection for high-heeled boots. So much about her is familiar. For me, at least, she is a welcome addition to the political space. She’s a working-class northerner (like me) and has a noticeably strong accent (a bit like me). She also comes from a background working as a carer (a role I’ve been repeatedly forced into over the last few years) and, when she speaks, it feels like I’m listening to so many people I’ve known. She sounds like people I meet every day.