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Labour leadership: Jess Phillips, Lisa Nandy and Rebecca Long Bailey pass first hurdle in race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn

Independent Thursday, 9 January 2020
Candidates join shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer, who was the first to win the minimum number of endorsements
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he is looking forward to the leadership vote, adding he is "proud" of the party and the dedication of its membership. He adds candidate Rebecca Long-Bailey - who rated Mr Corbyn's leadership a 10 out of 10 - is a "wonderful colleague". Report by Alibhaiz. Like us...

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