The country's borrowing level (9.5 per cent) is now double that of the UK.
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Rule changes and deselections could allow the leader's allies to consolidate their power.
"Trigger ballots" already offer members the means to remove opponents of Jeremy Corbyn.
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Left and right need to bury their differences and work together for the benefit of all pensioners, now and in the future, says Angus Hanton
There are notable parallels between the Labour party elections of 1981, and those of 2016.
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The nominations were won by Corbyn loyalists in Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool.
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