Labour MPs' anger over Harriet Harman and Phil Woolas

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BBC political correspondent John Pienaar explains the backbench Labour anger over the treatment of Phil Woolas, who has been stripped of his office, and a call for deputy leader Harriet Harman to stand down.

But her husband Jack Dromey MP does not defend the former immigration minister and says that there is "no part of our politics to tell lies".

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