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Labour's deputy leader is the potential candidate most feared by Corbyn's supporters.
There is no doubt who could, and should, win the Labour leadership contest.
172 no confidence votes to 40 in support of the Labour leader.
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Independence campaigners will have to find answers on borders, currency and more.
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Team Corbyn are confident. But so are their opponents.
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