'Alf Garnett' calls for Harman to stay as Labour leader

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Warren Mitchell - who played right-wing loudmouth Alf Garnett in Til Death Do Us Part - is a former Tory and now Labour supporter who is unimpressed with all of the leadership contenders and thinks acting leader Harriet Harman should carry on in the role.

He said the current Labour Party was "a great disappointment to me".

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